Best Hard Skin Remover

hard skin remover

Are you wondering how to get rid of hard skin on feet? Have you tried an electric foot file?

These electric hard skin removers known also as electric pedis are amongst the quickest and most effective solutions for hard and rough skin.

Pedi Reviews have tested all major brands on the market, including the two most popular: Emjoi Micro Pedi hard skin removers and Scholl hard skin removers.

Micro Pedi vs Scholl

Micro Pedi reviews

Scholl Pedi reviews

» Scholl Velvet Smooth Pedi review

» Scholl Diamond Pedi review

» Scholl Pedi Wet & Dry review

» Scholl Express Pedi review

» Micro Pedi Power review

» Micro Pedi Professional review

» Micro Pedi Man review

» Micro Pedi Mini review

We receive a lot of questions from people asking which hard skin remover is better: Micro Pedi or Scholl Express Pedi? There is no simple answer to that question. Both brands have advantages and disadvantages and the right choice for you depends on your preferences. Is there a particular feature you are looking for? Diamond roller or removable head? Are you temped by free extra rollers or do you prefer a brand that you know well.

Ideally, you should be able to answer all these questions before you make your final decision about which hard skin remover is the best for you. We have put together a buying guide which will walk you through the typical thought process. Also, don’t forget that by using a great foot cream, you can avoid all this hassle.

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Best Foot Spa

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If you are one of those people who prefer doing their pedicure at home, you know how important a good foot spa or a foot bath is.

We have reviewed almost all foot spas available on the market. So you can trust us when we say that Beurer foot spas and Scholl foot spas are amongst the best footspas out there.

Other good foot spa brands that people consider when buying a home footspa are Elle Macpherson and Babyliss.

Foot spa reviews

Beurer foot spa reviews

Scholl foot spa reviews

» Beurer FB50 review

» Beurer FB25 review

» Beurer FB20 review

» Beurer FB14 review

» Scholl Compact foot spa review

» Scholl Colourpop review

» Babyliss foot spa review

» Elle Macpherson foot spa review

However, at-home pedicure is not the only use of a foot spa machine. If you are looking for a nice relaxing time after a long day in your office, a foot spa can be the right thing for you.

You need to know that a professional foot spa does not need to be too expensive. There are foot spas under 50 pounds which can provide you with a great experience. Then there are models which offer more comfort and also functionalities but you have to pay slightly more.

In any case, whether you want quality or a good price, you need to know which brands and products to look for and which features are important. Read our buying guide with some helpful tips.

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Best Foot Massager

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As we grow older our circulatory system often begins to falter. This can happen for a number of reasons such as disability or illness or even simply a sedentary way of life.

To counter any of these situations or simply to maintain and improve your circulatory system, you should consider buying an electric foot massager or circulation booster.

We have tested a number of these foot products and here are our reviews and recommendations.

Foot massager reviews

Revitive circulation boosters

Homedics Shiatsu foot massagers

» Revitive IX Circulation Booster review

» Revitive CX Circulation Booster review

» Revitive LV Circulation Booster review

» Homedics Deluxe FM-TS9-GB review

» Homedics Shiatsu Foot Massager review

» Circulation Maxx review

» Circulation Pro review

» Scholl Professional foot massager review

Excellent circulation is the foundation of good health and an active lifestyle. A good electric foot massager can help you in that.

There are two main types of foot massagers on the market. A large group of electric foot massagers, called circulation boosters, is based on an EMS technology that is well known and used in medicine. Other group of foot massagers mainly manufactured by Homedics is based on a traditional Japanese treatment called Shiatsu.

Which foot massager you should buy depends on your personal preferences, health situation and your budget. Read our buying guide that will give you an idea what is available on the market.

Foot Massager Video