Product Review | Kealive Callus Pedicure Tool


This Kealive Callus Pedicure Tool comes packaged in a white detailed box. Provided in the package are the Kealive Electronic Callus Remover Pedicure Tool, 1 Thick Scrub Head, 1 Fine Scrub Head, 1 Cleaning Brush, 2 1.5V AA batteries, instruction manual and warranty card. The tool is white and pink in colour and features removable heads, power switch, head cover, battery compartment and a small white LED light. All you have to do is install the 2 AA batteries supplied and you are good to go.

To replace the heads is pretty simple. On the underside of the tool, you will find a small rectangular button. Press and hold the button down and you can pull the head off. To attach again, just do the same; hold the button and push the head on.

The power switch is a push switch; just press down on the small button that is in the middle of the push switch and then push the button up to turn the pedicure tool on. To turn it off, just pull the switch down.

I have been having a little trouble with calluses and hard skin on my toes and heels and this pain-free method has worked a treat! It is a great piece of equipment which I would recommend to anyone who suffers from hard skin and calluses.

The Kealive Callus Pedicure Tool is currently on sale at Amazon UK for £7.99. You get a 24 Month Manufacturer Warranty when you purchase. This is noted in the manual along with the warranty card.

Aukey is a Chinese company that supports eco-friendly products and packaging. Visit their website at
Kealive is a subsidiary company of Aukey.

* I was kindly sent these as a free sample by Aukey. I was not obligated to leave a review for them but I have done so on my own accord. The opinions in the review are entirely my own and are not influenced by the manufacturer, seller or anyone else. *

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