Pedi Peel Magic reviews

Pedi Peel Magic is a new product for pedicure that claims to give your feet salon like care in only 30 minutes by peeling off layers of dead skin.

Categories: Pain relief, As seen on TV

Pedi Peel Magic Outline.

Pedi Peel Magic is a new product for pedicure that claims to give your feet salon like care in only 30 minutes by peeling off layers of dead skin.

The secret of the peel is in the special fruit extract that is penetrated deeply into the skin, helping to peel off the dead skin and prevent the hard skin build up. The product is aimed to become a solution for those people who suffer from callused dead skin, corns, and cracked hills on their feet.

The peel has been recently introduced in April 2015 by Tristar Products, the company known for its “As Seen on TV” products, such as Clear TV, Perfect Fusion Styler, or Copper Wear, and hasn’t collected much feedback from the customers yet. There is not much information about Pedi Peel Magic in the internet either besides that from their website, however a closer look into the features of the product might become handy if you hesitate whether to buy it or not.

Pedi Peel Magic Features.

The peel is based on the fruit acid, also known as glycolic acid in cosmetology. This are the natural chemicals contained by some particular fruits that are able to remove layers of dead skin and reveal a healthy and even complexion. Most women know the peeling procedures with glycolic acid applied to the face in salons. The approach to use it for peeling of the skin on the soles of the feet is something brand new in the market.

According to the video commercial on the website, it’s incredibly easy to use the peel. All you have to do is to apply the special gel on your feet and put them into the plastic Pedi Peel Magic Boots. Once it’s done you simply wait 30 minutes and gently remove it off the feet. The advertisement of the product claims that the result can be seen in only 3-5 days after the procedure and it will take only a single treatment to improve the corns, cracked hills, and callused skin on your feet.

Since the product is an innovation in the pedicure peeling, it’s quite hard to judge its effectiveness. Usually the peels containing fruit acids have around 10%-15% of the active glycolic acid in the general list of ingredients; however there is no information on how much of it is present in the Pedi Peel Magic. For that reason it’s difficult to state that it will give you perfectly smooth baby feet after a single procedure. Furthermore, the range of effectiveness will greatly depend on the current state of your feet. The less hard skin and cracks you have, the better it will work for you, and on the contrary if the soles of your feet have lots of corns and callused dead skin, the more time you’ll more likely to need in order to achieve the best results.

In any case, please keep in mind that according to the commercial the effect doesn’t come instantly after the treatment. The skin is going to peel off within 3-5 days, so if you plan to wear any kind of open revealing shoes, like flip flops during this time, it’s better to delay the peeling procedure for a few days.

Ordering Process.

One Pedi Peel Magic set costs $10 plus the additional $5.99 is charged for the shipping and handling fees. You can buy the second set right away for free, paying another $5.99 only for the S&H costs.

For your money you receive one pair of Pedi Peel Magic Boots, which come in different sizes: from 4 to13 for men and from 4 up to 12 for women, the special peeling gel, containing the fruit acid and 1 sheet of tape in every set of the product.

The company also offers its customers the 60-Day Money Back Guarantee, which starts upon the receipt of the order, less processing and handling. The unsatisfied customers are able to return the product and get a refund within 60 days. In order to get it, one has to first call the customer service at 973-287-5191, and the company’s manager will give a customer the return merchandise authorization number, which allows a person to send the product back. Please keep in mind that you will have to pay the shipping and handling fees while returning the peel, as they are non-refundable, and in addition to that you will pay another $9.99 for getting a new Pedi Peel Magic set from the company.

The Final Word.

The approach of using glycolic acid for foot peeling is relatively new, so there is no 100% guarantee that this method will work the best for you. Having been used for face masks in cosmetology, the fruit acid proved its effectiveness, making the skin softer, although keep in mind that the effect of it applied to the feet will greatly depend on their state, the number of corns, cracks on hills, and also how much callused dead skin is layered on the soles.

The refund policy of the company might be a bit inconvenient with its authorization numbers and the non-refundable shipping and handling costs, so if you are looking for a foot peel, the good idea would be to look at alternatives of the product, available in local stores and try them first to see if the method works for you, or wait for the first customer reviews on Pedi Peel Magic to appear.

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