Electric Callus Removers work better than pumice stones, scrubs or grater-like foot files as they’re less painful to apply and require less effort. The downside is that they’re more expensive.
Here’s some things to look out for before purchasing an electric callus remover, based on feedback, reviews and my own experience with clients. I provide my own recommendation at the end that fulfills all of these criteria.
Rechargeable – If you’re camping and doing a lot of walking it isn’t uncommon to develop a callus. Electric callus removers can run out of charge quickly. If you’re on holiday and don’t have access to a plug socket you should consider a rechargeable electric callus remover with a good battery life. Don’t run out of battery after developing a painful callus!
Quartz crystals – For best results you should use the electric callus remover over multiple days spending a few seconds on the same area. With rollers made of quartz micro crystals less time is needed on the affected area which means less pain! Plus they’re designed for long term use and durability.
Money back Guarantee – Some companies offer a 90 day, no questions asked money back guarantee. This way you wont be wasting your money! Be sure to find out what there returns policy is.
Refill Rollers – Buying from a better known brand means its easier to find rollers that fit your product.
Water resistant – While it isn’t recommended to submerge the product fully under water it should be resistant to water splashing. You don’t want the device to fail soon after purchasing it.
Positive Reviews – Be sure to check out the reviews. Amazon is a great place to start as they provide reviews, ratings and feedback on the product
I recommend the Electric Callus Remover & Rechargeable Pedicure Tool from Own Harmony as it has all of the above benefits
Electric Callus Remover & Rechargeable Pedicure Tools CR900 by Own Harmony
| Long Battery Life|
Durable Quartz crystals
Money back Guarantee