The 10 Best Pedicure Kits

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This wiki has been updated 15 times since it was first published in July of 2020. Pedicure kits can let you enjoy salon-quality foot care at home. Complete sets come with a range of tools, including nail clippers, cuticle trimmers, files, and one or more types of callus, bunion, and corn removers. Others simply focus on repairing rough skin and often feature salt scrubs and rich creams. There are also portable foot spas that offer a relaxing soak after a long day of standing. When users buy our independently chosen editorial choices, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki.

1. Toplner Foot File Tools

2. Muchoo Foot Spa

3. JD Walker Natural Callus Remover

Editor's Notes

August 13, 2020:

Whether it's to save money on professional services or simply provide upkeep in between sessions, pedicure kits are a great way to pamper soles and toes at home. When thinking about what to include on this list, we wanted to make sure to represent a wide range of options and uses while always keeping an eye on quality.

As far as complete kits go, we love the Eaone 20-in-1 Mani-Pedi because it comes with so many gadgets for buffing, trimming, and primping. Even though some of the pieces could be higher quality, meaning you will have to replace them after a bit of use, the fact that everything is together in one convenient box makes this one stand out. We also love the Toplner Foot File Tools. Though it doesn't boast as many items as the Eaone, every piece of equipment in this set is high quality. Plus, it's small enough for traveling, which we counted as a plus.

When nail care is the main concern, the Tweezerman Mini Nail Rescue is a good option. It's smaller than standard size but is still very effective, plus comes from a trusted brand. At the high end of things, we like the Zeva Natural Nail Care System, which is notably pricey, but its professional grade tools can last years with proper care, so in the long run, it's still a great value.

We also wanted to make sure we featured many options that addressed rough skin. The JD Walker Natural Callus Remover caught our eye with its epsom salt and essential oil soak, substantial pumice stone, and thick lotion. But for healing cracking heals specifically, the O'Keefe's Healthy Feet is nearly impossible to beat. While not a kit, we did want to include it on this list because it's proven to be effective for even the most difficult situations.

While not represented on this list, a good pedicure often includes paint. We recommend a good nail polish remover, like those found on our nail polish removers ranking, and a high-quality polish, like those found on our nail polish sets ranking.

Special Honors

Olive and June Everything Box For those looking for a set that includes polish, the Olive and June Everything Box is an excellent option. It comes with eight essential devices, including a polish remover pot, plus comes with a choice of six on-trend paint colors.

Barefoot Scientist Pedi Ready From a brand that's specifically committed to quality foot care, the Barefoot Scientist Pedi Ready includes textured towelettes for cleaning, an award-winning nail and cuticle oil, and a filing and buffing kit. While pricey, it does include items that other sets don't.

4. Zeva Natural Nail Care System

5. Gilden Tree Terra-Cotta Scrubber

6. O'Keefe's Healthy Feet

7. Tweezerman Mini Nail Rescue

8. Oleavine Tea Tree Scrub

9. DecorRack 4-in-1 Paddle

10. Eaone 20-in-1 Mani-Pedi

Brittany Miller
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Brittany Miller is a writer, mother, and book nerd based in Los Angeles. Her eclectic professional experience includes writing product copy, managing editorial processes, teaching Literature, Rhetoric, and Creative Writing, and working as a television writer. She holds a BA in English from UC Santa Barbara, a MA in English from New York University, and for a brief time was a PhD Provost Scholar at the University of Southern California. When she’s not at her keyboard, Brittany enjoys running, paddle boarding, decorating (and re-decorating) her apartment, and playing with her son. Throughout her career and personal life, she’s developed expertise in literature, textbooks, automotive gear, office supplies, exercise equipment, home decor, baby products, and children’s toys.

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