Scholl Velvet Smooth Wet and Dry Pedi

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I was sent the Scholl Velvet Smooth Wet and Dry Foot Pedicure* to product test.

What’s in the box?

handset and roller head

What’s it designed to do?

I’ve seen the adverts and wondered if the results were genuine.
100% yes!
It’s designed to remove all hard, dry skin from your feet with instant results that you’ll achieve if you went to a beauty salon for a pedicure.
This was my feet before using the pedi. I’m always on my feet, so they usually get neglected over Autumn/Winter

How to use?

You need to apply a firm pressure and keep the handset moving.
If you press too hard the roller will stop.
It has two settings – one is for slightly dry feet and touch ups, the faster setting is for really hard, dry feet.
You can use it in the shower – be careful not to submerge the handset.
I used this after a lovely soak in the bath first while the handset was on charge.
After 10 minutes on each foot I could see and feel the difference!
My feet feel incredibly smooth and lightweight.
As per the instructions, I gave my feet a rinse to remove any lose dead skin (not needed if used in the shower) and applied a good layer of moisturiser.


My feet feel and look amazing! So smooth and lightweight.


Good to know information

When in use the handset can be noisy but for instant results I don’t mind.
The handset takes up to 3 hours to charge. The red light will turn off once fully charge.
You can buy replacement roller heads*.
You need to deattach the roller by pressing the left hand side button to get the handset out of the packaging. I wish I’d tried this sooner. My feet were still as good 7 days later. Feel like I’ve just had a spa pedicure.
I recommend this to everyone especially if you spend most of your time on your feet.

Can’t wait to show my feet off this summer.

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12 comments on “Scholl Velvet Smooth Wet and Dry Pedi

  1. Wow! The results look great – I always notice my feet get hard skin if I wear sandals – I guess socks protect them a bit better during the winter months. Might have to give this a go!

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