I’m the first to admit I neglect my feet and with wearing flip flops all the time my heels especially suffer badly with hard dry skin. Would the Scholl Express Pedi really work?
Scholl Express Pedi came to my rescue, with it’s diamond crystals in the head it makes hard skin removal so simple and easy.
Now comes for the yucky bit, my heels!
As you can see they aren’t great. I do normally use a foot file when I remember, but never feel it really does much.
The Scholl Express Pedi is battery operated and very simple to use, which is good because I really struggled to read the instructions. The writing was too small and I had to use a torch to be able to check what I needed to do.
I know my eyesight isn’t the best, but it’s not that bad that I normally can read info. But that’s the only minus I can find.
You can see from the picture below just how much hard skin the Scholl Express Pedi removed. I was impressed. They recommend only 3-4 seconds per section so you don’t actually take too much skin off in 1 go and cause yourself any pain. Make sure also you only use it on dry skin.
After washing and drying my feet I popped some moisturiser on and even 2 days later they still look really good.
The unit itself comes already fitted with batteries (bonus as there’s nothing worse than trying to find some that fit) and is not overly heavy so I will be able to pop it in my suitcase to use on holiday.
Disclosure: I was sent the Scholl Express Pedi FOC for the purpose of this review but all opinions are my own honest opinions.