Ped egg: The worst beauty product ever?
Embarrassing confession #1081: I bought a Ped Egg.
Yep, I'm a bona fide sucker. I believed those TV commercials that made it look genuinely appealing to do to my heels what a kitchen zester does to an orange. I shelled out my $9.99 at Walgreen's for my very own Ped Egg.
And here's my response to all those glowing testimonials on the Ped Egg website that promise "It works! It really works!"
Not for me.
My Ped Egg experience was a flaky, grating mess. I did a lot of scraping to remove a very small amount of dead skin from my heels. Cleaning was a nightmare, which of little shavings flying everywhere. I didn't even bother throwing the thing in the product graveyard called my bathroom vanity.
I just chucked the Ped Egg.
Go ahead and call me a loser. Or tell me that I got it all wrong, and the Ped Egg is really the greatest invention since the flat iron.
As for me, I'm much happier now that I've discovered a more successful, less irritating path to smooth heels: Regular exfoliation, plus the occasional dollop of Bert's Bees Coconut Foot Creme.
~ Deal Diva Letitia