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The Pedinova III is a flexible, multi-purpose hand and foot tool that also removes calluses. Since it is corded, you never have to worry about replacing batteries. We found a number of positive reviews about this product.

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We were less excited about the Taiff Soft Feet product due to the size of the product. Maneuvering the hairdryer shaped tool around the feet and into tight places would be awkward. This product was also much more expensive than many any other callus removers we reviewed.

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The Promed Beauty Belle H2 callus remover works like a old fashioned electric shaver. We had concerns with the speed of the device as well as rather expensive shipping charges.

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In comparing the design, specifications and functionality of this device to others we had concerns with the quality of this product. This is a China based company that distributes this product and reviewed, the impression that we were left with is that it is a very cheap, bottom of the line callus remover product. With so many other quality products available, we can't recommend the XJQ Elite to anyone.

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Callus Removers

Callus removers are more popular now then ever before. Thick, callused skin is not only unattractive but can crack and be painful. Most of us wish we had the time and money to enjoy regular pedicures, to remove unsightly calluses. However, with a good pedicure often costing $60 or more, it's not always an option.

People are often left to their own devices to care for their feet when it fits into their busy schedules. But unfortunately home pedicures don't typically provide the same results without the professional tools found at a salon.

Instead, many people have found that owning an electric callus remover is the best way for them to achieve beautiful, soft feet without the time and expense associated with regular spa visits.

A number of callus removers are on the market today that create wonderful results and requiring very little effort. When choosing a callus remover, know that not all products will provide the same results.

Before shopping for a callus remover, you should consider the following:

  • Design. Is the callus remover well designed for fast and effective callus removal? Or will the experience be too awkward to use on a regular basis?
  • Convenience. How convenient is the callus remover to use? Is it cordless for flexible use?
  • Price. What is the price of the callus remover and how does that compare to the competition? How much will shipping cost? has reviewed and ranked the best callus removers available today. We hope these reviews help you find the perfect callus remover to smooth and soften your feet!

Callus Removers In The News

Naressa Electric Callus Remover Is an All-In-One Footcare Solution

Naressa's electric callus remover is an all-in-one footcare solution. There are many tools and products available that help with taking care of the feet better. These products are used by consumers in...

Published:  Thu, 02 Mar 2017 01:33:00 GMT

I Shave Off My Calluses With This Funny Tool

As a New Yorker who considers a few miles of daily walking no big deal (thanks for tracking, Apple Watch), a barre-class addict and genetic haver-of-unfortunate-feet, I've had calluses that ... throug...

Published:  Thu, 11 May 2017 13:51:00 GMT

Man uses razor blade to remove callus in really gross DIY video

Social media is full of DIY beauty tips and videos. But we doubt anyone will (or should) be following the example of this guy, who essentially hacked off a massive callus on his foot with a razor blad...

Published:  Mon, 14 Aug 2017 23:56:00 GMT

How to Remove Calluses With Aspirin & Lemon Juice

You don't need expensive creams or have to go through extensive trouble to remove unsightly and uncomfortable calluses. You can treat a callus with a simple mixture of aspirin, which drys the skin, an...

Published:  Fri, 29 Sep 2017 17:00:00 GMT

Man uses a stnley knife to remove his callus

But, in an age of endless over-sharing, one social media user has detailed footage of himself performing a DIY procedure on his very own foot. The unidentified patient can be seen slicing away a harde...

Published:  Tue, 21 Mar 2017 06:41:00 GMT

New Naressa Callus Remover Now Available on Amazon

Orlando, FL -- (SBWIRE) -- 12/01/2015 -- Natasha Edwards, spokesperson for Naressa, announced that the firm's new callus remover is now available exclusively on Amazon. The corn, crack and callus remo...

Published:  Tue, 01 Dec 2015 05:39:00 GMT

REVIEW: Remove calluses for a fraction of spa prices

Though I wouldn't categorize myself as "high-maintenance," I do enjoy luxury and pampering as much as the next woman. Until recently, pedicures could create a feeling of bliss that soaking my feet in ...

Published:  Sun, 14 Sep 2014 02:30:00 GMT

The One Thing: A Glycolic Callus Peel

The hard skin melts away and your feet are left smooth and soft, ready to proudly be shown off in summer sandals. Other callus removers, like shavers, can hurt your feet if you don't know how to prope...

Published:  Thu, 05 Jul 2012 23:53:00 GMT

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