Pedi Pals are toe separators made out of a soft, flexible, and comfortable material. Each set comes with one separator for each foot, which has a slot for your four smaller toes, and will leave your big toe free. One size of Pedi Pals fits most feet, and you can wear them at home, at the spa, or even while you're walking or driving. It's not difficult to slide them on or off, either, due to their bendable nature. They enable any user to wear flip-flops while waiting for nail polish to dry, so sitting still and waiting, or walking on your heels will no longer be necessary.
You will be able to paint your toenails in a much more efficient manner once you start using Pedi Pals. Unlike standard toe separators, each of the slots for the four smaller toes on each foot are connected, so a separator will not easily fall off and smudge your paint job. You can put your flip flops on either before or after you do your painting, and doing so will not interfere with the effectiveness of your Pedi Pals. These toe separators also can offer therapeutic benefits for people who frequently wear high heels, allowing them to stretch and pad their toes at the end of a long day.
Total Cost Breakdown
The cost of Pedi Pals is $14.95 plus $6.95 shipping. The special TV offer allows you to receive a second Pedi Pals by paying the extra shipping fee of $6.95 for a total price of $28.85.
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How to Use (Step by Step)
- Slide Onto Feet
- Put on Flip Flops (optional)
- Paint Toenails
- Add Flip Flops (optional)
- Remove Pedi Pals
Within each set of Pedi Pals, you'll get two sets of toe separators, one for each foot. To begin using them, simply slide them gently over your four smallest toes, leaving your big toe untouched.
If you wish, you can put on a pair of flip flops at this stage. Since you'll have left your big toe free, this will not be difficult to do.
Regardless of whether you're wearing flip-flops or not, you can get to work painting your toenails with your Pedi Pals on.
If you choose to skip Step 2, you can also put your flip-flops on after you've painted your toenails, leaving your Pedi Pals on too, until the paint dries.
After the paint on your toenails has dried ( if you're wearing flip flops, you don't have to remain still while waiting ), gently slide off your Pedi Pals.
- At Home
- At the Spa
Whether you're painting your toenails alone, with friends, or with a family member, you'll likely find that using Pedi Pals makes the process quick. Once you're done applying the paint, you'll be able to slip on your flip flops and wander around doing other things, instead of remaining on a chair or couch.
Even though spas often have their own supplies, you can bring your Pedi Pals along with you and ask the staff to complete your pedicure with them left on. If you wear them, you'll be able to walk or drive home in flip-flops as your nail polish dries, which will save you time if you're in a hurry.
- One Size Fits Most Feet
- Provide Therapeutic Relief
- Child Friendly
The material used to make Pedi Pals isn't hard and rigid, so these toe separators will bend and stretch a bit to fit most feet. Therefore, you'll likely be able to share your Pedi Pals with friends or family members, if you choose ( if you're worried about dirt, they can be rinsed ).
Besides using your Pedi Pals when you want to paint your toenails without making mistakes, you can also use them for therapeutic relief if you wear high heels frequently. After a long day in heels, they will pad each of your four smaller toes while separating them from each other, relieving any pain your heels may have caused.
Since Pedi Pals are gentle on the feet and will slide on and off without issue, even very young girls will be able to use them when painting their toenails, without help. The separators have no small parts that could potentially be swallowed or otherwise harm a child.
- Only Come in Orange
Pedi Pals only come in a bright orange shade. If you don't like that color, that means you may not enjoy using them as much as you like using other toe separators, regardless of how effective they are.
- Cotton Balls
- Individual Toe Separators
Some people like to use cotton balls to separate their toes while painting their toenails, but often the balls slip and fall into the nail polish, ruining the paint job.
Toe separators that are not connected like those within each set of Pedi Pals can sometimes be effective, but like cotton balls, these can also slip and mess up your polish.