Diamancel • The Tough Buffer #11 • Misc Beauty Tools
|Would buy this product again.||92%|
Age: 44-55 Skin: Dry, Fair, Cool Hair: Brown, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Green
A little too aggressive for my pedicured tootsies - but if you have very thick, rough calluses this could be a good option. I love the Diamancel line - but this one is a bit much for me. Be careful when using - you can slice your sole off.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
Amazing product on very hard calluses. Definietely worth the investment, id di not think there was any hope for my feet, but diamancel products work, and last forever. Mine is 3 years old, good as new!
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Neutral Hair: Brown, Curly, Fine Eyes: Hazel
bought this buffer over 7 years ago and have been using it regularly ever since. It still works as though it were brand new ~ definitely worth the seemingly hefty price tag. Personally, I’d rather spend $50 on something I’ll have for more than 5 years that works exceptionally well than to keep spending $2 on drugstore pumice stones that don’t work nearly as well and get funky quickly, needing to be replaced. (And that’s saying something for me, because I have tight-wad tendencies from time-to-time.) I use this buffer on dry feet, rinse, then apply a little Burt’s Bees Coconut Crème (which is really a balm, but I digress). Pad around in your sock feet for about ½ an hour, or leave on overnight & you’ll have the softest feet on your block. (Sorry this turned into a cross-over review for BB, but I always use the two together.) Mind you, if I get lazy and don’t Diamancel (that’s right – I turned it into a verb), and ONLY use the Burt’s Bees crème, the results aren’t nearly as amazing, so I know the Diamancel is doing its job.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Olive, Cool Hair: Brown, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Other
I bought yesterday with footlogix callus softener...and OMG, my feet feel soft! I am amazed!
Age: 56 & Over Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Blue
An HG item. I bought this after developing a very deep, painful crack in my right heel. The Microplane Orb I'd had for a couple of years had gotten dull and was no longer effective, so I read a number of reviews before selecting this. I used the Diamancel in combination with Flexitol heel cream, and the deep crack was pain-free in a couple of days. Two weeks later, it was completely gone, and my ragged, scaly feet look and feel amazingly smooth.
Thanks to all for posting the positive reviews. I'm very happy to have found this, and I'm looking forward to many years of continued use.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Very Dry, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Hazel
bought this several years ago, i guess i was expecting a miracle at first, so i wasn't overly impressed, not that i didn't like it, just that i felt i still had foot issues, but since the last person who gave me a pedicure commented on my feet, she said wow you have no calluses, i wish my feet were that soft, my sister pointed out that that is the third time we have heard this. so it got me thinking, what could have done that, i have had a standing job for 20 years, but i do use my diamancel once a week when i remember, i think now i will try and use more often
Age: 36-43 Skin: Dry, Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
i said i'd buy this product again, but if i don't lose it or have it stolen from me, i don't think i'll have to! i've had this for 8 years now and it's still my go-to foot treatment. the way it works fits in naturally with the skin on your foot so it's not too much ever. i use it on my heels and on the heel of my big toes and it keeps the skin supple which is essential for my yoga practice.
i noticed recently when i was too lazy to use Diamancel this month and asked for one of those chemical callus peels during a pedicure. afterwards, it didn't get rid of all the heel stuff! but the skin on my heels felt really tight for days afterwards. i think it's because the chemicals sort of weaken the skin down many layers even if the top layer (the yucky stuff) stays on top. waste of my money too!
TIP: although i use it mostly when dry according to instructions, it actually works very well wet as well. you just have to rinse it after you've been working a bit because the skin doesn't fall away but sticks. i do this when i've neglected using it for awhile.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Oily Hair: Brown Eyes: Green
Best $45 I've ever spent. Have had it for a couple of years, and do NOT miss the constant cycle and expense of replacing cheaper, inferior files. It's expensive, yes, but it'll work out to be cheaper in the long run, and in said long run, I also get the use of a superior, hassle-free tool. I struggled with this purchase initially, thinking it was crazy to spend $45 on something I could get for $4, but then it came in the mail, and I've not doubted my decision for a second since the first use.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
I've had this buffer for almost 5 years, and it's wonderful! I use it on dry feet several times a week, and it keeps them in great shape. It is expensive up front, but it will last you many years. This is a definite HG product for me!!
Age: 30-35 Skin: Sensitive, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond, Straight, Medium Eyes: Hazel
I've been using this for about a year, twice a week on dry skin & I love it. It makes my heels feel very soft. The best way to use it is on dry skin, this way it's probably impossible to hurt yourself. The handle is very good & easy to hold. After use wash it with soap, warm water & a nail brush or an old toothbrush.
It's expensive ($49) but it's worth it. I would buy it again even though I'm tempted to buy the PedEgg!