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PedEgg is a pedicure foot file; an "As Seen On T.V" product sold by Telebrands, which was founded in 1983 by A.J. Khubani. The ergonomically designed PedEgg has "precision micro-files" that remove calluses and dead skin from feet.


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4.1
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Overall rating
79%
would repurchase

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3 years ago

Does a good job at getting rid of dead skin cells. I need a heel balm in addition to this to make my heels smooth.


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4 years ago

Be careful!!!! I used this when it first came out and loved it, but misplaced my original. Recently I purchased a new one (it's a mint color, I don't think it's a special edition) and found it to be way sharper than before. I have used it 3 times, and despite using light pressure I have gouged flesh off my feet each time. In the future I am going to avoid the big toe/outside edges of the foot because it seems those areas are too delicate for the sharp blades. The emery side will have to do! With a bit of caution, this is a great product. I cannot stand how easily my feet get scaly with dead skin.

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4 years ago

Be careful!!!! I used this when it first came out and loved it, but misplaced my original. Recently I purchased a new one (it's a mint color, I don't think it's a special edition) and found it to be way sharper than before. I have used it 3 times, and despite using light pressure I have gouged flesh off my feet each time. In the future I am going to avoid the big toe/outside edges of the foot because it seems those areas are too delicate for the sharp blades. The emery side will have to do! With a bit of caution, this is a great product. I cannot stand how easily my feet get scaly with dead skin.

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5 years ago

I've used the Original PedEgg for years & was always a fan; I recently purchased the PedEgg Power & it has saved my feet! I have the white & blue one, which is called a PedEgg Power w/ Smoothing Attachment. The other option, the blue & silver one, is called a Deluxe PedEgg Power w/ 6 Attachments. The product is an electric foot file with a handle that removes calluses easier & more conveniently than the Original since it's cordless & electric. While I don't have calluses or cracked heels, I have dry & dead skin since I wear "slippahs" (sandals or flip flops) or heels year-round. I used to be genuinely embarrassed by the way my feet looked because dry skin & dead skin is literally what made my feet look dirty. I use the blue Nano Abrasion roller first, & then I'll use the purple smoothing roller (Smoothing Head) before getting in the bath or shower. The blue roller is coarse & wears down the dead or rough skin. That attachment is gentle & buffs away the dry skin painlessly. The purple roller is simply for additional smoothing & isn't necessary in my opinion since I have my own foot care routine after I use this. The PedEgg power honestly didn't work how I expected it to, but it is effective overall & that's what matters to me. I have only two complaints: the batteries die quickly, & my roller wore down faster than I thought it would. This is a really useful machine... I just don't think has enough power to run the rollers or attachments. This product uses two AA batteries. The batteries will last you a little while, but it doesn't really "go." It'll remove dry, damaged, & callused skin easily - not quickly. It works, just not "in seconds" like it claims. If I apply pressure to my heels, the automatic is suddenly a manual because it stops spinning. Even though it runs on batteries & spins 2,000 a minute, it is a tool I have to use carefully. I'm patient though since my feet are always exposed & I want them to be taken care of. I'm a fan even though it's not powerful since it's better than an embarrassing pedicure appointment.

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5 years ago

I've used the Original PedEgg for years & was always a fan; I recently purchased the PedEgg Power & it has saved my feet! I have the white & blue one, which is called a PedEgg Power w/ Smoothing Attachment. The other option, the blue & silver one, is called a Deluxe PedEgg Power w/ 6 Attachments. The product is an electric foot file with a handle that removes calluses easier & more conveniently than the Original since it's cordless & electric. While I don't have calluses or cracked heels, I have dry & dead skin since I wear "slippahs" (sandals or flip flops) or heels year-round. I used to be genuinely embarrassed by the way my feet looked because dry skin & dead skin is literally what made my feet look dirty. I use the blue Nano Abrasion roller first, & then I'll use the purple smoothing roller (Smoothing Head) before getting in the bath or shower. The blue roller is coarse & wears down the dead or rough skin. That attachment is gentle & buffs away the dry skin painlessly. The purple roller is simply for additional smoothing & isn't necessary in my opinion since I have my own foot care routine after I use this. The PedEgg power honestly didn't work how I expected it to, but it is effective overall & that's what matters to me. I have only two complaints: the batteries die quickly, & my roller wore down faster than I thought it would. This is a really useful machine... I just don't think has enough power to run the rollers or attachments. This product uses two AA batteries. The batteries will last you a little while, but it doesn't really "go." It'll remove dry, damaged, & callused skin easily - not quickly. It works, just not "in seconds" like it claims. If I apply pressure to my heels, the automatic is suddenly a manual because it stops spinning. Even though it runs on batteries & spins 2,000 a minute, it is a tool I have to use carefully. I'm patient though since my feet are always exposed & I want them to be taken care of. I'm a fan even though it's not powerful since it's better than an embarrassing pedicure appointment.

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