Scholl Velvet Smooth Electronic Foot File

Scholl Velvet Smooth Electronic Foot File, R399.


What they say: For Perfectly Pedicured Feet at your fingertips. Get feet that look great and feel super smooth without any hassle. Velvet Smooth buffs away hard skin in minutes leaving you with fabulous feet that you’ll want to show off. It’s so easy to use!

Gently rotate the file over hard skin and see the dead skin disappear.

What I say: Why has taken so long for Scholl to invent this? I love it! This battery operated foot file that will have you feet soft and smooth in minutes.

The roller sloughs away dead skin with minimal effort. All you have to do is move the roller over rough skin, and watch it file your feet to perfection. You obviously can’t leave it in the same place for too long, or you’ll take off too much skin (but this is quite difficult on your feet…). And if you press too hard, the device has an automatic shut off. Oh, and you have to use it on dry skin, which I prefer.

I’ve used it on my feet twice since I got it last week, and you they look like they’ve just spent a winter in boots rather than in sandals for 2 months straight. I’ve even managed to get the boyfriend interested in looking after his feet, and it’s working a treat for him too. This is a miracle in itself, as my horse has softer, smoother feet than him.

This is one of those products that everybody should own. Your feet carry through life, so why not have soft ones?

The Scholl Velvet Smooth Electronic Foot Files launch next week at all major retailer along with Scholl Velvet Smooth Electronic Foot File Refills (2 Pack), R149.99 and Scholl Velvet Smooth Essential Moisture Cream, R99.99.



  • Martie {Living Lightley Blog}

    Oe sounds exactly like the Micro Pedi that I own…. And I LOVE it. Enjoy your new “toy” hun, I know I enjoy mine ♥♥♥

  • Rouge Beauty Girl

    Hi Anne-Marie

    As I’m just a beauty writer, and not a doctor, I’m going to go with ‘no’.

    Some diabetics might be ok using it, but some suffer from a condition called Diabetic Neuropathy, which is basically damage to the nerve endings (especially in the feet) caused by poor circulation. The file will dramatically increase blood circulation in the area, which may cause more problems.
    I have mailed Scholl and asked their opinion too, so will keep you posted.