Friday, May 16, 2008

Grating, its not just for Cheese Anymore

Have you heard of this? I saw an infomercial once and thought it looked disgusting. It basically showed a woman scrubbing her feet with a cheese grater. Well, it wasn' really a cheese grater but it did resemble one. It was finer and was in the shape of an egg. I was in Bed, Bath and Beyond last weekend and saw the Ped Egg and then a few days later I heard rave reviews (from real people) on the Peg Egg. So don't be jealous, but I spent part of my Friday night driving to Bed, Bath and Beyond to get some kitchen gadgets and the Ped Egg. I started going to town on my foot and was amazed at how quickly the calluses were coming off and it didn't hurt at all (as long as you use it on the really rough parts). I'm not saying I'm going to fill out Foot Model applicatoins any time soon, but my feet are getting sandal ready! Best $9.99 I ever spent!



I showed Rob my tray of dead skin and he was pretty grossed out, enough to change my mind about taking a picture and posting it on this website.

3 comments:

Jamers125 (nestie) said...

I'm glad to see a good, honest review! I've seen the commercials and thought it looked like it'd be painful, or maybe not work any better that my pumice stone. Good to know that real people are saying positive things! Now I'm intrigued...

Elaina said...

So nice to keep up with you on your blogs! OK - I wanted to know if that Pedi Egg was for real or not, so now I know! :) When can we do Starbux again!?!?!! MU

Mamasita said...

Ok, don't be jealous, but I spent part of MY afternoon (and your niece Gracie's) driving to BB&B to buy a PedEgg. I need to get a pedicure, you see, and there's no way I'm going in with THESE callouses! Thanks for the heads up - and I definitely feel a column coming on :)