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If you want baby soft feet, a deluxe pedicure usually does the trick. But if you can’t make it to the nail salon or rather not spend the money, this at-home Revlon pedicure kit is a must-have for your beauty cabinet.
In fact, it’s one of the most popular tools on Amazon for removing calluses and smoothing out rough skin. Plus, it’s now on sale.
Shop: Revlon Pedi Expert, $7.39 (Orig. $9.99)
Similar to the famous Peg Egg, this kit comes with one micro filer to help scrub away the dead skin under your feet. So, if you’re prone to cracked heels and dry skin, this may be your answer to softer and smoother soles.
Additionally, you get one pair of clippers and one nail file to help shape up your toenails. And as a bonus, there’s even a ‘catch-all’ compartment to trap any excess shavings.
One five-star reviewer explained, “It just gently buffs off dead, tough skin, leaving the healthy tissue underneath. After one buffing, my foot felt healthy again after a years’ worth of torture. I don’t mess with my skin. [I] wash, shower, whatever and then at the end of the week, [I do] a small buffing and my skin hasn’t been healthier.”
Another customer echoed a similar sentiment while also praising the quality of the Pedi Expert kit.
“It’s also very well made and sharp as can be,” the shopper wrote. “I’m not even sure the Ped Egg did such a good job when it was new. So you have got to be very careful not to over rub your skin, especially directly after showering or bathing. But, it is a great product for anybody looking to get rid of extremely rough heels.”
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