JML Scoops Product of the Year Gong


The award winning Crafting Live show is coming to Malvern for the first time this spring, with a two day crafting event taking place on Saturday 24th and Sunday 25th March 2018.

The event will take place at Three Counties Showground, Malvern, Worcestershire, and will be open 10am-5pm on the Saturday and 10am- 4pm on the Sunday. The general entrance prices are adults £5, concessions £4 with additional offers available for those buying full weekend tickets and those who are members of the Create and Craft Club. And that’s not all; every advance ticket purchased is eligible for a FREE GIFT* worth £15 to collect from the show, plus every guest will get a £5 voucher** to spend online with Create & Craft too. Tickets can be pre-purchased from the Create and Craft website, or on the door on the day.....


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    Administrator Guest

    Thumbs up JML Scoops Product of the Year Gong


    Last Wednesday, consumer brand JML scooped a product of the year gong for its Ped Egg foot file. The Ped Egg has taken the UK by storm with 2.5 million sold in less than eighteen months. The egg-shaped foot file gently removes calluses, corns and hard dry skin to reveal baby soft heels and toes. Its oval shape means you can collect shavings in a pod without leaving a mess. It fits into the palm of your hand and is easy and comfortable to use. After using it we’d recommend you moisturise your feet and pop on some socks. It should also only be used once a fortnight. It comes in a range of colours including a pastel pink and a clinical white. To leave your tootsies in tip-top condition get the Ped Egg from, ASDA, Boots and Superdrug at £9.99.

    Ken Daly, Managing Director of JML says:

    “For the Ped Egg to win Product of the Year in the beauty grooming category is fantastic. The familiar red and white emblem is trusted by supermarkets, suppliers and most importantly the public. It’s a very powerful endorsement and champions innovation – which is what JML is all about.”

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    Snoopy Guest


    Also on markets for 99p and they don't work that well really.

  3. #3
    Beady Belle Guest



    I bought mine for 2 quid in the market, and it's fine, but that's about the max. I'd be prepared to pay for it.



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