Does not sheer your feet. This is safe and recommended for your feet. I am a professional nail technician and nail artist and I swear by this product. It is my new addition, I will NEVER use anything else again. This does not rip your feet up at all.
answered 2 years, 6 months ago
this is a buffer that has small, geometric shaped diamond bits that remove callused skin. painlessly.
answered 3 years, 10 months ago
this is definitely a file, not a shaver. it will make your feet VERY smooth.
answered 4 years, 2 months ago
I would categorize it as a foot file.
answered 4 years, 3 months ago
I like the results of a foot shaver, but am scared of getting cut. This smooths the foot like a dream. It's gentle as a nail file but works superbly. Looks flimsy and cheesy but it really is amazing.
answered 4 years, 4 months ago
(Port Orchard, WA)
This is definitely a file, not a shaver.
answered 4 years, 5 months ago
(Sherman Oaks, CA)
No, this is not a cheese grater like shaver at all. It is completely flat and the buffing bits are slightly raised and textured, versus open. I actually don't even know how the textured part is so effective but it is. There is virtually no way to hurt or 'shave' the feet with this tool. It's the best thing I've come across for at home pedicure use!! You will not regret the purchase. I mindlessly use it while watching tv since it's so safe!
answered 4 years, 6 months ago
Neither, actually. This is a foot buffer. It is designed to take feet that are relatively smooth (i.e., in need of no serious rough skin removal) and buff them to silky perfection. You can use it basically anywhere on your foot because it is so gentle. Although the diamondy bits look pointy they aren't at all. When I run my fingertips over the surface it feels similar to the roughest side of a nail buffer (so, not very rough at all). If you are looking for something to remove really thick/rough skin in a gentle manner you should take a look at Diamancel #20. You can use the #20 on really rough areas such as the outside of heels and the big toe, corns, etc. and then after you are finished go over the entire foot using this, the #11, so the foot is perfectly silky.
answered 4 years, 7 months ago
(Silver Spring, MD)