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The PedEgg Powerball is a handheld foot care product that features a powered spinning roller and is used to remove dry or dead skin. An abrasive material called diamond Z4 covers the roller, which can spin at speeds up to 2000 rpm. The Powerball is an update of the original Ped Egg, which was used for the same purposes but did not have many of the features included in this new model. It is rechargeable and comes with a variety of accessories including LED lighting.
The cost of Ped Egg Powerball is $19.99 plus $7.99 shipping, for a total price of $27.98. This price was obtained from the As Seen on TV commercial page found at pedeggpowerball.com; however, the company has since ceased selling Ped Egg Powerball and has taken down the website. Ped Egg Powerball may still be found for sale on Amazon or Ebay.
Yes, the Ped Egg Powerball can remove dried skin and callouses due to the combination of high speed rotation and abrasive material. The powered roller in this device has a buffering effect that removes loose particles like dry flakes from the surface of the foot, freeing the newer skin below, in addition to shaving down callouses. Removal of this tissue serves a variety of purposes, including those related to health and appearance.
The design of the Ped Egg Powerball enables the attached roller to spin as fast as 2000 times per minute. Speed and power amplifies the effectiveness of the roughened surface while also reducing the time and effort required to use the device.
Diamond Z4 is a relatively new material that, like its namesake, provides a rough surface for tasks requiring controlled abrasion. This property develops when the substance is crushed and evenly dispersed at an extremely small size, as is found on the roller's exterior.
Part of the upgrade added to this device when it was designed from the original Ped Egg is the pivoting action of the roller head. This allows for increased flexibility and makes it much easier to reach the many grooves and valleys of the human foot.
The Ped Egg Powerball is fully rechargeable and comes with the necessary adapter. Batteries are not required to use the device without the attachment. An additional benefit of being able to recharge is the guarantee of virtually limitless portability.
The handle of this product contains a bright LED light that can be activated at the push of a button. It also comes with three extra roller heads. An optional deluxe offer is available that includes two sizes of clippers plus a five year warranty.
Dry or cracked skin is uncomfortable for many reasons, one of the most obvious being its unpleasant visual quality. This product helps feet look better by revealing the younger skin hiding beneath dry or dead layers.
A variety of health problems can result from poor foot care and may even lead to conditions that threaten overall well being. One of the most prevalent problems with dry feet is the development of cracks. Even when the initial impact is limited to dead skin, cracks can become a save haven for bacteria. As these organisms gather they can cause a number of issues ranging from pain and redness to full blown infection. Ped Egg Powerball reduces this concern by preventing cracks from accumulating in the first place.
The advertisement video for this product is initially presented as a breaking news item for people who have issues with dry, dead and cracked skin on their feet. Next is the introduction of the Ped Egg Powerball, followed by a demonstration of its usage plus a listing of several benefits and features associated with the product. Upgrades from the previous Ped Egg are highlighted, including the diamond Z4 coating and increased roller size. The ad finishes by adding three extra replacement heads to the package and instructing viewers on how to order.
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Do NOT buy. I am on my second bad one and lots of people are having problems with getting non working ones. I suspect this review will never be seen though, I think the site owners May be deleting negative reviews since google showed a "do not buy" posting here, which is nowhere to be found.
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Looks like I was wrong about negative reviews getting deleted. Apologies to the site owners.
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