Product: 5 out of 5
Packaging: 4.5 out of 5
Quality: 5 out of 5
Overall: 5 out of 5
Price: around $10
Available: At your local Walmart; www.pedegg.com; www.ebay.com
Pros: It’s a affordable device that will help your feet feel extra silkly. I was pretty skeptical about this because its on those ‘As Seen On Tv’ commercials. It’s great for the in between salon visits or a total replacement of those salon visits. The pedicures here range from $30-$45 and I use to get them every 4-6 weeks. So imagine the major savings I’m doing.
Cons: The only con that I can think of is that it can be difficult removing the blade portion of the device to empty out the shavings. I think it would help to practice on it prior to using.
Overall: I think it’s worth a definite try! I think the cheapest pedegg would be at your local Walmart because on the site the shipping is a bit pricey and ebay also has shipping fees too. If you do love it like I do you can purchase the replacement blades on eBay.
Wednesday, August 27, 2008
Product Review: The PedEgg
This past year I’ve been trying to cut down on some pampering because I’m not working as many hours as I use to. Plus I have everything (nailpolishes, cuticle remover, files, nail nippers, creams) that I could possible need to do my own nails. I guess I just love the fact that my feet would be smooth as a baby’s bottom after a pedicure. So I tried my mom’s Ped Egg and trust me I was amazed at the results…my feet felt like it just got a salon makeover! So I bought one for myself!