For those who owns a Ped Egg

@chertsy (3817)
United States
June 21, 2008 12:53am CST
I have been thinking of getting the PedEgg, but I'm wondering if it's a waste of money or not. So if anyone that owns one, I would appreciate any comments regarding the PedEgg. Also, if anyone has or know of ways, to keep my feet from being so rough. I have tried lotions, scrubs, files, and nothing works. So when I saw the commercial for the PedEgg, it makes me wonder if it's even worth getting. I have seen in Walmart, but wonder if it's worth it.
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@minnie_98214 (10574)
• United States
21 Jun 08
i do not own one of these. I always see it and think its a fancy cheese grater. It looks like it would hurt so i am kinda creeped out by it lol.
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@chertsy (3817)
• United States
21 Jun 08
I did a search last night, and a lot of people compared it to the dry skin scraper that nail and feet salons use. I don't want to waste 10 bucks on something that leaves my feet dry all the time. I never had this problem until I moved to Nashville. If I put any more lotion on my feet, they will turn into lotion bottles.
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@guss2000 (2234)
• United States
11 Aug 08
Wanted to let you know that they do have them on ebay. The cheapest I seen tonight was a once cent listing (sevearl of them available) with shipping of $4.99 So $5.00 total for one. I think that's pretty good! i'm going to bid! Have a great day!
@relundad (2312)
• United States
24 Aug 08
I do have one, and I wasn't all that impressed. I prefer to use the regular blade and pumice stone that they use at the pedicure salons. Of course it did not work to the degree that it looks like on the infomercial.
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@chertsy (3817)
• United States
2 Sep 08
I have heard that it doesn't work for everyone. I have been using mine and it works, only because if you saw my feet, you would be like omg. My feet look like it sat outside in the sun to long and dried up.