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Rated 5 out of
Great investment !I live in my sandals and heels that bear no mercy on the soles of my feet. Within a week of receiving a through pedicure from the salon, calluses are quick to form on my feet leading me to make frequent salon visits. I'm a college student those trips are a bit much for my pockets. So, upon observing what my pedicurist used for my feet, I decided to invest in some of the tools for my at home use. I'm surprised of the negative reviews for this this foot file because it worked better than any I've tried before ! I soaked my feet in a callus remover for 3 minutes than removed the calluses with this file and it worked great ! My feet are smooth and soft, I'm glad I purchased despite the unfavorable reviews. This will save me time and money from my monthly salon visits
Date published: 2013-08-10
Rated 1 out of
Waste of Money & TimeIt removed very little off my calloused feet. The size was nice with the handle. Does not work well at all. Ped Egg is still the best I have used.
Date published: 2013-06-21
Rated 1 out of
Ineffective productThis file removed only a small amount of callous skin from the side of my big toe, and not enough to complete the job. From my heel, all it did was scallop the skin while removing almost none. This purchase was a mistake.
Date published: 2013-05-31
Rated 5 out of
Just what I was looking forI have been loooking every where for a file like they use at the nail salon. I finally found it and it works just as well as theirs. Leaves my feet super smooth.
I bought this and was so excited I threw the packaging away. Do I use it in dry feet or soak them first like the salon does?
Asked by: Tanyafairris
i use it in the shower with wet feet and soap
Answered by: Sheila M
Date published: 2018-11-30
you have metal foot file by mr pumice in store
Asked by: wayne123
They did last time i was in there
Answered by: Hum Birdie
Date published: 2018-06-11
Does this tool take off the hard dead skin on feet
Asked by: Twinkle6
I wouldn't say that my feet really had hard dead skin, but regular use will keep them baby-soft. I had been using a pumice stone, but that was so messy. At first I worried this metal one might make my feet bleed, but that didn't happen. If you have really hard feet, you might want to try soaking them in Epsom salt before using the product. It was developed for horses hooves at the famous race track, so you can see that it should work for human feet.
Answered by: Pat 5391
Date published: 2017-08-25
Should you use this tool on wet or dry feet?
Asked by: DENYSE
I know they say to use this on dry feet only. But it works really well after you get out of the shower just be careful. But you will see how much skin you can take off but be careful not to take off to much.
Answered by: Lil nicki
Date published: 2018-08-09
Can this product or any others be ordered in bulk verses one at a time?