Dear Ped Egg,
I’m not going to lie. When I first saw your Ped Egg on a television infomercial, I laughed. How could a miniature cheese grater do all that?
I am not laughing now.
After several long summers spent in flip-flops walking to and from the local park with three children, my feet were approaching elephant tusk status. Thick cracked skin and callouses frightened away even those with the most steadfast of foot fetishes. My husband started encouraging me to wear socks.
Too cheap to pay for expensive spa treatments, I thought I would just have to accept my life as a nasty-footed mom. Glamorous strappy sandals were out. I longed to be one of those people with more dainty and delicate feminine feet than myself…namely my husband. So I decided to give Ped Egg a go.
After only a few short minutes of gently rubbing the Ped Egg in the advised “circular motion,” I saw PINK. I had not seen pink or flesh-colored tones on the bottom of my feet in years. What kind of sorcery was this?
Then, morbid curiosity took over. What awaited inside this magic foot grater? What remnants of humanity lingered within? Hesitantly, I cracked open the light blue plastic container and had a look.
It was practically fairy foot dust.
Years’ worth of rough and parched foot had been relegated to fluffy little bits of powdered tootsies. I was breathless with admiration. Pumice stones, loufahs, and lotions could not compare to the instant results of the wondrous Ped Egg. I giddily tried on a pair of strappy heels I had purchased pre-children (shoes that had not seen the light of day for years). Right then and there, I decided to never, ever take them off again.
So thank you, Ped Egg. Because of you, I finally have prettier feet than my husband. Now if you have something for stretched and dangling mom stomachs, I would owe you BIG.
Any company with a sense of humor to invent foot graters had to respond, right?
I totally scored a spare Ped Egg:
Thank you, Ped Egg. You're one-half kitsch and one-half the real deal.
Kinda like me.
This brings my score to 32. To check out the competition, visit Andrea HERE today!