Have a Worry Free Pedi with these tablets and a giveaway

Speedy (https://arnoldzwicky.org/2013/10/18/non-sequitur/)
Speedy (https://arnoldzwicky.org/2013/10/18/non-sequitur/)

Plop, plop, fizz, fizz, oh what a relief it is.

I’m showing my age but when I received Worry Free Pedi to test out, I couldn’t help but think of Speedy Alka Seltzer. Once I used them the feeling returned. Just like Alka Seltzer this product relieves problems and just like Alka Seltzer they do plop and fizz.

Worry Free Pedi
Worry Free Pedi

When I go to the nail salon I always bring my own polish and now when I go I’ll be bringing Worry Free Pedi when I’m due for a pedicure. While you can use this at home I think the best use is when you are going to a public place for your day of beauty. From the Asian nail salons to the most expensive spas you will be saving yourself some worry taking these along.

Worry Free Pedi
Worry Free Pedi

This took a minute to use so it didn’t add any time or bother to my last pedicure. You open one tablet and plop it in the soapy water being filled in the tub. As it dissolves you can see it bubbling (fizzing) away. You’ve just taken all the steps you need to reduce any contamination and make sure that no bacteria or fungus can get to you. It cleans the water making it sanitary. You’ll feel better about your pedicure.

Worry Free Pedi tablets
Worry Free Pedi tablets

There are 8 tablets in the package so for $9.99 you have 8 pedicures taken care of in a sanitized method.

Worry Free Pedi ingredients
Worry Free Pedi ingredients

Any pedicure I’ve gotten the bowls have been cleaned thoroughly by the nail tech but that doesn’t mean the bacteria and fungus is completely gone. When the water jets begin that’s when there’s potential for prior contamination to make its way into the bowl. As your technician is filling the bowl just drop one of these tablets in before the jets get turned on. After 60 seconds stick your feet in and you are set to go.

Worry Free Pedi
Worry Free Pedi
Worry Free Pedi in action
Worry Free Pedi in action

As someone who has gotten toe nail fungus in the past, not only am I protecting myself but I’m also not adding any contaminates for the next user. Even if there aren’t water jets, these can still be used for protection.  —  Marcia

GIVEAWAY INFORMATION: Worry Free Pedi has kindly offered to send 3 US subscribers one package of their own so they can be free of worry. This giveaway is open through Tuesday 11/15/16 at 11:59 p.m. EST. There are two requirements: subscribe to Beauty Info Zone via email (and stay subscribed) and comment. All the rest of the options are to give you more chances to win. So let’s PLOP PLOP FIZZ FIZZ away our worries and enter.

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  1. Marilyn Nawara | 31st Oct 16

    During the summer I do Pedi’s weekly — during the winter about every 2-weeks.

  2. Lyndsey R. | 31st Oct 16

    I only do them to myself. Haven’t been to a salon in years.

  3. Shannon | 31st Oct 16

    Only on special occasions. Probably 3 or 4 times a year.

  4. Rosie Areola (Heather) | 31st Oct 16

    Not religiously but a few times a year.

  5. Sandy Pincombe | 31st Oct 16

    In the summer … during sandal weather … I get them every 3-4 weeks. Not so much in winter though. A few weeks ago when I removed the last toe nail polish I didn’t like the looks of my toes. Too discolored from the polish. Sure hope it wasn’t a fungus. Yuck!! These tabs sound like they would be perfect for the Asain place I usually go to.

  6. Ashley Bree Perez | 31st Oct 16

    I do Pedi’s once a month(:

  7. Adriana | 1st Nov 16

    I don’t get pedicures at the salon, do them myself.

  8. MelodyJ | 1st Nov 16

    I do them myself once a month.

  9. Virginia Rowell | 1st Nov 16

    I treat my feet myself and only once in a while. I do need to do it more often.

  10. loraine | 1st Nov 16

    I do my pedi at home pry once every two weeks

  11. Jessica Scull | 1st Nov 16

    ooh I need these so bad! A pedi is a must have for me right now

  12. Never Say Die Beauty | 1st Nov 16

    What an interesting idea! I have always hoped that the techs adequately cleaned and sanitized the foot bath, but chances are they don’t. I’m do for a pedi now!

  13. Kathleen | 1st Nov 16

    Very cool

  14. Lola Seicento | 1st Nov 16

    What a cool concept for a pedi!

  15. courtney b | 1st Nov 16

    I rarely ever get a pedicure, maybe once every 3 months!

    thanks !:) xoxox

  16. Erika | 1st Nov 16

    This is a genius product! There are so many horror stories of contaminated pedicure bowls and it is comforting to know that there is a product that can help protect us from catching something yukky. Thank you for sharing this!

  17. Sara | 1st Nov 16

    I’ve actually been afraid to get pedicures because of the contamination horror stories.

  18. Phyrra | 1st Nov 16

    These sound like a great idea.

  19. Laurie Nykaza | 1st Nov 16

    If I’m traveling these would be great going to places I dont normally use. I do it often when I have time.

  20. Angela Saver | 1st Nov 16

    I usually get pedicures about every 4 weeks in the summer in sandal weather. In the winter, about every 2-3 months.

  21. Kath Thefabzilla | 2nd Nov 16

    I do my own pedi because I don’t want to be potentially exposed to fungal and bacteral infections. Also, one wrong cut by unsanitized tool is a beeding ground for hep b and other blood-borne diseases. Sorry, I sound too paranoid 🙂

  22. Babi | 2nd Nov 16

    Sounds very relaxing! Just what I need!

  23. gloria patterson | 2nd Nov 16

    I only go a couple of times a year for special events. There are usually 4 of us getting the pedi

  24. Honeygirlk | 2nd Nov 16

    Yes, a worry free pedi is always a big deal. I don’t get pedicures outside of mine at home, because I had a friend that got infected at a very reputable salon here in town. So now – I don’t go. But these would be good to have.

  25. Bailey | 2nd Nov 16

    These sound perfect! What a great product invention.

  26. Christy Peeples DuBois | 2nd Nov 16

    I don’t get pedicures nearly often enough. I never seem to make the time until my feet are horrible. I get pedicures every 4 months or so.

  27. Edye | 2nd Nov 16

    I only get them on special occasions.

  28. Erica Doom | 3rd Nov 16

    I get pedicures a few times a year, more so in the summer. I should start getting them more often, they’re such a treat!

  29. Amy | 3rd Nov 16

    about once a month during the summer, but not during the winter unless I’m going on vaca

  30. susan byrne | 3rd Nov 16

    I rarely get them done. The last time I got one done was for my wedding seven years ago!

  31. Jeanne Coulombe | 3rd Nov 16

    I never get pedicures I have a comprised immune system and my Dr. say’s the smallest cut on my foot I could get a serious infection. He say’s even though they clean the foot bath’s there is bacteria still there. I can’t take that chance total bummer for me 🙁

  32. Jamie Williams | 5th Nov 16

    I never get pedicures. Too expensive for my budget.

  33. KENNETH OHL | 5th Nov 16

    My wife has never had a pedicure I have never had one either

  34. Paol Trenny | 5th Nov 16

    I try to get one once a month but it has been three since my last one.

  35. Annamarie V | 6th Nov 16

    I usually get a pedi once a month and I have gotten some kind of foot fungus but I’m not sure if it was from the pedi or the gym.

  36. Andrea Darst | 7th Nov 16

    I only get a few pedicures each year, but this is a great idea!

  37. laura g | 10th Nov 16

    I have never had a pedicure. This sounds heavenly though.

  38. AC | 13th Nov 16

    Never had a pedicure, professionally, and never will. Those places creep me out and honestly disgust me.

  39. janetfaye | 13th Nov 16

    I get a pedicure once or twice a year..

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