Velvet Smooth Electronic Foot File Refills 2's
What’s this?

A pack of two replacement roller heads for the Scholl Velvet Smooth Electronic Foot File.

How does it work?

Special micro-abrasive roller gently buff the foot to remove hard skin.

What are the benefits?

Specially designed Micralumina™ roller head with long lasting micro-abrasive particles for continuous filing results.

How do I use it?
  1. Ensure that the unit is turned off
  2. Remove the roller from the unit by pressing the eject button on the side of the unit and gently pulling the roller away from the unit
  3. Place the new roller into the unit by pressing in the pins on either side of the roller head and inserting the head into the device.
  4. Check that the roller head is securely attached to the device before use.


  • Candice
    Scholl Velvet Smooth Electronic Foot File Refills 2's - 23 Mar 2015
    So happy to see that these refills do not cost an arm and a leg to get to replace the old ones.


Where they’ve come from

Scholl is the brainchild of Dr William Mathias Scholl, whose quest began in 1899 while working for a Chicago based foot shop. He was especially intrigued by the number of people who suffered from painful foot conditions; so he dedicated his life to studying the anatomy and physiology of feet. Shortly after qualifying as a doctor in 1904, Dr. Scholl patented his first invention that revolutionised the foot care industry- an insert placed in shoes to reinforce and support the foot arch called Foot-Eazer. In 1907 he founded Scholl Manufacturing Co. Inc. He passed away in 1968, but his lifelong quest to improve people's comfort, health and well-being by caring for their feet, lives on through his company.

Where are they going?

Today, Scholl Footwear is a leader in foot care innovation that offer a high level of comfort to support the natural functions of the foot. The company already enjoys a high level of brand awareness and positioning across Europe and many Asian markets and is also popular in Australia. Scholl footwear products, some of which have medical device status, are predominantly distributed through pharmacies and medical supply stores in Europe and can be found in the general shoe trade across Asia.