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      Quote Originally Posted by tequila View Post
      i bought mine from carboot for 2 and like mad tend to wander around with nothing on my feet i found it vey good it does tell you that it will make your feet sore if you press too hard and as for it coming out i found it does that if there is too much in the catcher so i empty it out
      I wish I'd bought mine in a carboot! I didn't find that anything went in the catcher at all, just all over the floor, and when I did open it to empty the catcher, the lid flew off and what was in the catcher went on the floor anyway!
      I know some people have liked it, but tbh, it's cheap plastic carp,and not worth half the money...sorry!

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      I think I paid 3.99 at the market and I'm very pleased with it. I have manky feet (sorry tmi) and it certainly does the trick!

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      I have the Ped Egg with long handle - which I bought from Wilkinson's and I have mixed feelings - I too am a bare foot gal and used it on my heels, it did the job, but I too found that the shavings just flew out all over the place.

      I found it best to apply foot cream afterwards (I used L'Occitane's) and that made my heels very smooth.

      If you have hard and cracked skin on the ball of your foot I wouldn't use it there just use a foot cream.

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      I find the most effective solution / maintenance for one's feet - although I don't own a ped egg or similar device - is l'occitane's superb shea butter foot cream. My mum recently purchased a genuine jml ped egg with a handle from home bargains for the knock down price of 1.99! She rates it but, due to previous experience with jml products, I am loathe to patronise this brand.

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      Well, your callus are probably one for the books. Though I am just kidding with that statement and no harm intended.

      I have tried a similar product before and it would rather hurt and require more work than advertised. You might want to try soaking your feet or whatever part on hot water with soap just to soften things up and use it after. That worked for me to say the least.

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      I'm just wondering if I can save money and use my Titan wonder veggie peeler instead??
      Last edited by Lottie; 26-11-2011 at 06:50 PM.

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      Ooo the thought makes me feel queasy Lottie

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