Does Personal Pedi by Laurant Really Work?

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Does Personal Pedi by Laurent Work?Now is the time to really focus on your foot care if you want them to look beautiful when you are wearing your summer footwear. Depending on how bad of a condition they are in, it can take several weeks to get them looking attractive. There are some great tools that you can use to help with this, so we thought we would tell you what we thought about these, and in particular the Personal Pedi by Laurant.

The Claim
The Company claims that the Personal Pedi by Laurant is wonderful for removing the calluses that form on feet, and works equally well on both men and women. They say that it can be used wet or dry. It works off a combination of two rollers. One is a mineral roller to remove the rough build up, then the second roller is a buffing roller to help smooth out the skin.

The Hype
Quick, easy and effective are all the buzz words that their hype focuses around, and what people find appealing when it comes to caring for their feet. It also can be used on callused hands which is a bit of a bonus.

The Cost
When placing your order it might get a little confusing. You will have the option of paying $19.95 plus $7.95 for the Personal Pedi with (1) Remover Roller and (1) Smooth and Polish Roller, or you can pay $29.95 Personal Pedi with duel speed which includes (1) Remover Roller and (1) Smooth and Polish Roller plus $7.95 for shipping and handling.

The Commitment
No pedi file is a miracle worker. You have to be consistent with your foot care regime. Removing the calluses once doesn’t mean they won’t return. In addition to using the Personal Pedi by Laurant you are going to have to incorporate other forms of foot care depending on the condition of your feet.

There are a lot of files on the market that are being touted as the best for callus and hard skin removal. Some are manual files while others are electronic like this particular one. In the past we talked about Pedi Spin, which is getting more thumbs down than up. When we looked into this Personal Pedi by Laurant a little closer we discovered that it is a best seller on Amazon, and it has created about a 3.5 star rating from 90 customer reviews.

Final Personal Pedi by Laurant Review

We are going to give this product a try/buy rating. We have some concerns about the options of being able to buy a stepped up model that has a duel speed. Some people may just buy the standard one, and it may not be powerful enough for what they need. This seems to be one of the general complaints that some reviewers are posting.

Our Recommendation
One of the best treatments for calluses is prevention. These are normally caused from pressure or friction. It could be that you are not wearing the proper fitting footwear. It could also be that your posture is causing you to put undo pressure on your feet which in turn calluses are building up as a form of protection. You can start by removing the calluses with the Personal Pedi, and then looking at what needs to be implemented to prevent them from coming back. It would seem that Personal Pedi will be beneficial in dealing with overall dry and rough skin which will keep it from building up and making the feet look unattractive.

What do you think? Does the Personal Pedi by Laurant work or not?

9 Customer Reviews on “Does Personal Pedi by Laurant Really Work?

  1. I bought this product at WalMart as it looked sturdy and looked like it would work well. It’s AWFUL! Do NOT waste your money on this product! It’s weak. There is no power at all on it. I am so disappointed as I paid like $15.00 for it thinking it would work good. My bad!

  2. Dont buy can not get replacement heads. Works good but if you can’t buy heads purchase amopede instead at least you can but replacement heads and not another entire unit

  3. I purchaced less than a month ago will changing the batteries it all fell apart I’ve only used it twice you would think for spending 1999 batteries don’t last long at all I’m very disappointed

  4. Hi, I bought one of your pedi . Its thePersonal Pedi by Laurant . I got on my 2nd time using it and it broke. I bought this item at Walmart I didn’t keep the receipt or box as I didnt think I would need it. When giving 15.99 /19.99 you expect them to work more than one time. I have tried to email though had no luck on sending a email out. So i ask is there anyway of getting this replaced? I cant take it back so can you help? The 1 time i got to use it,, it did do as good job but for just 1 time it doesnt seem to be worth it. Thank you for your time.

  5. I have had my Personal Pedi for about 3 yrs now and I love it my heels and feet look great. A very good product it really dose work!! Thank you Laurant company

  6. how to change replacement roller head?, this works very well for us. I clean the head during and after each use, because I can not figure out how to change. My husband and dad both have extremely dry feet, now after a few times of using the pedi their feet are beginning to look and they say feel better. I want, need to change the head, please show and tell me how. I bought replacement heads but NO instructions included. thank you

  7. I bought this item about 2 months ago. I use it for a callous on the bottom of my foot. I have only used it a few times and the motor wheel fell off. I was hoping the company would fix it or replace it, as it is still new. Only used a dozen times. Disappointed. But I am willing to send in for repair or replacement. Will see if I get a response.

  8. I bought the personal pedi used it for the first time and it fell apart
    I can’t put the pieces back together
    I am truly disappointed with your product

  9. I have been using the Personal Pedi, and I would say it works fairly well. My biggest complaint is that the batteries don’t last very long, even using alkaline. Today, when I changed the batteries, both batteries were very hot. Is this normal? I was also wondering about using lithium batteries. Would they be safe?

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