#14: Ped Egg Power — Most Popular Infomercials

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#14: Ped Egg Power
The secret to smooth feet has been reinvented with PedEgg Power! The nano-abrasion roller head painlessly removes cracked and callused skin in seconds. Get PedEgg Power
Ped Egg Power This product is for minor rough and dry feet. If you have a lot of buildup, it will take time to remove it all. It will help smooth out your feet. You might need to use it more than one time. Don't apply too much pressure. The instructions state that applying too much pressure will stop the motion (probably for safety reasons).

11 comments:

  1. Not enough power even for my hands. Will stick with the original ped egg, now, that works great!

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  2. My daughter and I use this. It works but it eats batts and there should be more power to it. If they could make it more powerful, then I would say it was great but as it stands, it's just OK but works.

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  3. Waste of money. Not enough power to do anything. Very misleading advertising.

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  4. I use a dremmel tool instead. I file my dog's toe nails with a cheap inexpensive dremmel and also use it on my calloused feet. No need to spend extra money for a product with only 1 use.

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    1. I hear ya...I use a metal file for my feet.

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    2. I do the Dremmel pedicure also...no complaints and it's very powerful

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  5. I love this thing! You have to use it more than once because it takes skin off a little at a time. WHICH IS A GOOD THING!!!

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  6. Yes, I use a battery powered item specifically made for callusses. Being diabetic and having monstrously dry cracked heels I don't. Mind paying the $15 for this. I use rechargeable batteries and purchases several refills of the sand paper for the unit. The old ped egg just took too long.

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  7. We love it! My hubby, I and 2 kids love it. It did burn out after a 6 month use, we use rechargeable batteries. It does work, leaves the feet soft and silky. I had never done anything to my feet but apply Shea Butter, and wow.

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  8. No power...press too hard and it stops. You can't beat a pumice stone in the shower.

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  9. Very misleading advertising, DOSE NOT WORK!!

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