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Does PedEgg Really Work?

If you want to have a perfect pedicure at the convenience of home. the PedEgg promises to gently remove callused dry skin on the feet. The PedEgg, it is claimed, is safe to touch, and you can expect over 135 precision micro files with it. The PedEgg also is clean because it traps shavings, so there is no mess. With its ergonomic design, the pedicure becomes the ultimate foot experience, they say. The feet will emerge beautiful and smooth. You can get your pedicure even without water. So the PedEgg can be brought anywhere for use and convenience. The PedEgg is also very easy to clean, they say. It can just be washed in soapy water and rinsed then dried thoroughly after use and before storage.

PedEgg Reviews

Yes - I couldn't live without mine
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I love my PedEgg. I use it daily, especially in winter, to keep dry skin on my heels from becoming a thick callous. I have always been grossed out by using pumice stones but found that I was able to use the PedEgg without grossing myself out.

I found that if you start using this the day after a pedicure it works best. It really is not meant to remove thick callouses, so the head start you get from a pedi is helpful.

Read and follow the directions. Only use it on dry feet. While this will never replace a true salon pedicure, it is a great way to maintain in between appointments, and to reduce the number of salon visits.

January 8th, 2011
Dallas, TX
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Yes - Sometimes better than the salon...
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This is one of those items that amazingly works–in fact, sometimes I’ve gotten it smoother than when getting a pedicure. Yes–it has to be dry and if you do it too much at one time it can become irritated. For $10 you can’t beat it.

October 17th, 2010
Brentwood, TN
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Yes - Smooth As A Baby's Bottom
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I saw this and thought it’s too good to be true, plus the leftover powder that’s dumped, figured it was somehow ‘faked’ for TV. Well my feet were dry, rough and no lotion or cream helped. Wanted to get a pedi, but too embarassed to have anyone see the calluses. Then decided to try this product. WOW! Works just like on TV. Be sure to use on dry feet for best results, followed by the thick cream. Yes the gross leftover powder needs to be dumped. Looks like grey baby powder. Letting it collect in the shell after several uses results in escaping powder when you turn it to soften the side of the feet. All in all, wonderful. I use mine several times a week, and my tootsies are, shall I say, touchable soft. PedEgg works as seen on TV.

September 16th, 2010
tacoma wa
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No - Did not work...AT ALL
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I can’t believe that any of the other reviewers had any good luck with the PedEgg. I bought it at Walgreens and tried it several times. I followed the directions perfectly, but never got any rough stuff off of my dry feet. I thought it was a complete waste of money. I threw it away.

June 28th, 2010
Las Vegas, NV
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Yes - Something on tv that actually work
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Yes Im happy with ped egg,even my young children used them more than me.The result even better if you put some foot cream after scrub.It scrub any rough place on your skin even on the elbow.I did it for my hubby,so anybody who have prob with rough skin and havent buy ped egg yet you better try,it really work and worth a try.

June 10th, 2010
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Yes - It works!
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The Pedegg is similar to a box grater in that the debris that is removed from your foot is contained inside and doesn’t fly all over the place. It fits nicely in your hand, but is light enough to keep you from applying too much pressure on your skin. The grating (or filing) portion is removed so you can throw out the debris.

In use:

Read the directions first! It is simple to use, but the directions point out several important safety warnings. Within the first few strokes I could see that the rough callous was becoming more smooth. I took a few steps after using the Pedegg on one foot only and immediately noticed a difference in how comfortable walking was on the smoothed foot compared to the untouched foot. There wasn’t a question that the Pedegg was smoothing and removing callous.


I gave this a four out of five for a few reasons. It works well to smooth rough skin, but it takes a long time to treat heavy callous. The longer you use it, the hotter it gets, so it will take several sessions with “cooling” periods in between to remove thick callous. I can’t complain much though – it definitely works.

March 26th, 2010
Orange County, CA
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Yes - Cheaper than a salon Pedi
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Having to wear steel toed boots all day my feet really take a beating. The PedEgg is amazing to remove the dead skin. My feet feel so much smoother. I use it so much that I’ve had to buy the replacement blades. I’ve not had any issues with it and have even recommended it to the ladies at the salon.

February 24th, 2010
Southern California
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Yes - It really works!
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I bought a PedEgg for my husband at Target, just to avoid the runaround over the phone. I was rather skeptical because my husband has feet as tough as shoe leather, but decided that it was worth a try since I could get an easy refund later. It turns out, the PedEgg really worked! It shaved the tough, dry skin on his feet down considerably and left them softer than ever. I’d love to give it a 5, but we had some minor issues with it. First, the leftover powder in the egg is a hassle to deal with and becomes a mess if you don’t empty it often while using it. Also, your feet have to be completely DRY, or else it will just shred your skin up. Still, I definitely didn’t mind paying $9.99 for it and believe I’ve gotten my money’s worth.

November 15th, 2009
San Jose, CA
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