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Personal Pedi Air is a hand-held device that's been created with the aim of helping you remove dry, rough or callused skin from the bottoms of your feet. Due to the fact that it has a circular pumice-infused head that rotates, it'll be unlikely to ever cause you pain as it gently loosens and then lifts unwanted skin off each foot. The mini-vacuum within each device will collect the skin it removes inside, and then when you're done treating your feet, you can dump this skin into your trash bin.
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Before you start using your Personal Pedi Air, you'll need to turn it on by pressing the small orange power button on the outside of the device. Once it's on, the button should light up. Each callus removal tool runs via a lithium-ion battery inside, so you won't need to plug yours into an electrical outlet.
After your device has been turned on, run it gently over any dry, rough or callused areas on each foot. Areas that you may want to pay specific attention to are the balls of each foot and your heels, but you can use this device anywhere on the bottom of the foot. It's best to hold the device's handle in one hand as you do so and move your hand in a circular direction in congruence with the rotating head.
If you want to treat any dry skin around your elbow and knee areas with your device, you'll be able to swap the standard pumice-infused head for an extra-fine head. This comes with each device as a gift. Before you add it, you'll need to turn your device off and remove the standard head, inserting the extra-fine head in its place. Only turn the dry skin removal tool back on after the new head is securely in place, and use the same hand motion as you used on your feet with this head.
When you're completing done working with your Personal Pedi Air, turn the tool off completely by using the power button. Following that, shake the tool over a wastebasket (or your toilet) with its head facing down in order to empty out the dead skin it has collected up. Find a safe place to store the tool, away from water, until you need to use it again.
Although each of these tools is larger than some grooming devices, such as standard-sized razor blades used by women, each one can still be considered a fairly compact size. The handle is narrow enough that virtually all adults will be able to hold it in one hand, and it'll fit in almost any purse or bag for carrying purposes. It'll only take up about as much storage space in a bathroom or bedroom as two bars of soap.
Each Personal Pedi Air contains a lithium-ion battery that's rechargeable, so you won't have to constantly obtain new sets of batteries if you use your device frequently. Depending on how often you end up charging it, the battery within each one may last for up to three years.
The pumice-infused rotating head within this tool, which is like a pumice stone with a small vacuum added, will vibrate up to 2, 000 times per minute. That means that this tool will be able to eliminate a lot of dry, rough skin and calluses from the feet in mere minutes, as opposed to taking hours to do that job. If you're pressed for time, this tool will definitely be a more efficient choice than using just a hand-held pumice stone on its own.
This personal grooming tool is strong enough to remove the heaviest, hardest pieces of dry, rough skin from a person's foot without breaking down. However, it's also gentle enough that it's unlikely it'll ever hurt you. The rotating action of its head is much gentler on any foot than the ripping and tearing action you might employ while using a hand-held pumice stone or a differently-shaped tool.
If you've got a bunch of calluses on the bottoms of your feet, you might find that when you put on pantyhose (and perhaps some other socks), the calluses snag the hose and rip them. Fortunately, after your start using the Personal Pedi Air to treat your feet, they'll likely be much smoother and you won't end up with nearly as many holes in your stockings.
People with callused feet may think they look ugly (and this could be close to the truth), and might refrain from wearing open-toed flat sandals or heels. If this idea applies to you, you'll be able to wear all the open-toed shoes in your collection again after you remove your calluses by using the Personal Pedi Air. You might also find it less embarrassing to show your feet in front of your significant other at home (if this is currently an issue for you).
If you use some other type of tool to remove callused or dry skin, you may end up with a bunch of dead skin on your floor or furniture. This could be quite time-consuming to sweep up and it might be hard to spot every piece. When you use the Personal Pedi Air, though, you won't have the same issue, since this device will collect all of that debris inside until you want to get rid of it.
This dry skin removal tool isn't described as being waterproof, which means it may not function as effectively as it would otherwise if you take it in the bath or shower with you. For that reason, you'll also need to make sure that your skin isn't damp when you use the tool to treat your feet, elbows or knees. (It's unlikely that you'll need any sort of gel or alternative lubricant since the device is known for gliding smoothly across the skin without causing pain).
While neither head that comes with this tool is as sharp as a set of razor blades, it's still not a good idea to touch it while it's rotating. If you ever need to touch either head to wipe off debris or make the switch between the two, the device must be fully powered down. Otherwise, you could injure your fingers.
If you're a parent or caregiver, you may want to use one of these devices to remove calluses from a child's feet, but a child who hasn't reached their teenage years shouldn't use one independently. Keep yours out of the reach of younger children at all times, and when it comes to teens, use your own judgment as to whether a particular teen is mature enough to use it alone.
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