As promised, I told yall I'd have a post by Saturday evening after my test, so here you go :)
I first stumbled upon this product...i believe it's Chiara Shine's blog, either that or Incadescents (helen)'s blog. It's been a long while so I don't remember which! correct me on this if you know ^^()
so I've had this during the summer and forgot about reviewing it XD
I no longer have this as I donated it to my bf and his sister whose feet were in dire need of smoothing.
so lets get started with photos, as yall love seeing those more than reading what i have to say XD
after using it:
Where to Buy: almost anywhere has it by now. Grocery stores, Walgreens, CVS, Bed Bath & Beyond, Walmart, Target
1) It's gentle so no need to worry about creating a bajillion cuts on yourself
2) Gets rid of the dead skin cells as promised
4) Easy to clean (must soak this is hot hot water to clean the blades)
5) Has a safe "cover" to cover the blades when not in use compared to the regular ones that are open to everything, which could potentially gather up more bacteria or dust inbetween uses, so I like the lid/cover on this PedEgg
1) You get this "raw" feeling after you slough off the dead skin cells. I have tile floor, so it's always cold, and after using this PedEgg, my feet felt 3X as cold since the dead skin cells are off.
2) Gets addicting so I didn't know when to stop XD, which exacerbated the "cold" feeling while walking on tile. So as a warning: do NOT go overboard with this. Do little at a time to prevent over-exfoliating
3)If you didn't slough off all the dead skin cells evenly, then you're left with random "spots" of halfway exfoliated skin still hanging on your feet.
Would I buy it again?: You don't need to because they sell refills of 3 blades for $9.99
My overall thought:
I do like this product, but I hated the "raw" feeling my feet felt, but of course that might have been due to me going crazy on over-exfoliating myself. It was fun seeing all the nasty dead skin cells deposited into the little pod thing though.
I think that you should only use this if you REALLY have rough feet. I have barely rough feet so this wasn't as necessary to use and it was easier to get that raw feeling of the feet. This was meant to be used by people who have feet that just won't behave and stay/become smooth. I didn't want to rate this at a 4 because I didn't think this product was all that, if you know what i mean, but I didn't want to give it a 3 either because this product did the job that it was supposed to do so I can't bash something that didn't do something bad to me. 3.8 sounds pretty fair.
I hope this helps! Leave me a comment if yall have a question yall want answered that I haven't covered.
See yall later :)
Just for other readers to know, click the Comment button to read what other bloggers had to say about this PedEgg and their experience.
After reading yall's comments, I guess I'm not alone in feeling that "raw" feeling that i didn't like on my feet. I just felt that my feet aren't as rough as other people, so I didn't think I needed to use it. I know there are people out there who have REALLY rough feet that after applying vaseline and thick lotions, it still doesn't go away, so I think the PedEgg, or any other brand that does this mechanical/blade exfoliating is for those who really need the extra helping hand.
Audrie, that's really good that you didn't have the "raw" feeling with this. I guess for anyone using this, yall should use a LIGHT hand to get off a small small layer. Maybe that might help, but I won't know for sure because I don't have the PedEgg anymore (gave to my bf's sister)
I use a different method outside of this PedEgg to smooth my feet, without the raw feeling. It's something basic, but with an "extra" thing added that I never thought to do. Stay tuned as that'll be one of my later posts :)