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The Body Shop Plastic Foot File

7 Sep

sorry for the lack of updates.

i would like to recommend The Body Shop | Plastic Foot File.

In comparison to Peg Egg,  this file is soooo much better and easy to use.  Not harsh on your feet and doesn’t make you think like you are grating your feet (its the idea, not the real grating when you are using Peg Egg).

there is a tactic to use this thing. we usually file our foot when its dry but for this, it will be good to use it when your feet is wet. if its used on a dry feet, you might think you are scratching your foot.
you can either, sit at toilet bowl and file or, you can soak your feet in a pail of water and file when its still wet. yet, it produces better results.  All the dead skin will be left in between the little ridges and you can use a cleaning toothbrush to clean it. easy preasy!

– cheaper
– even easier to use
– no rough feel after-use

– expensive
– might be high to maintain {what happens if the blade get rusty or blunt?}
– rough feel after use, but it goes off after a while/ or when it get seasoned.


Peg Egg

3 May

i have very rough heel and apparently, feet that isn’t ladylike. Coarse and greyish with dirt by half a day. i used to use blade to scrap off  the rough patch, i like the results but i heard it wasn’t good for your skin and most of the time, i shaved it too deeply without realizing i could have hurt the skin epidermis. i got so desperate that i went to Guardian and gotten myself the Peg Egg.

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Wrong move.

Yes, its really easy to use but it does’t do any justice in smoothing the skin after that; unlike blading. It does feel smoother after a while but.. i just don’t like that kind of feeling.

Its isn’t recommended.
Should stick to my pumice stone which is safer and gentle.

Overall Rating:  ★☆☆☆☆
Price:  ★☆☆☆☆
Function:  ★★☆☆☆