This time of year above all others, it is imperative that I keep my feet looking their best. I wear sandals or flip-flops every single day in Summer (and usually well into Fall!). I’ve noticed that as I get older it takes a little more elbow grease to do an at-home pedicure. My feet get dry and rough a lot quicker these days and using my typical foot file, scrubs, brushes, etc. does take up some time. I have been dying to try the Emjoi Micro-Pedi since it claims to “remove rough, dry and callused skin from the feet in seconds”.
The Emjoi Micro-Pedi is battery operated and uses a 360 degree spinning roller to buff away calluses on the feet. The roller is covered in a material with a likeness to fine sandpaper. When you click the switch to “on”, the roller starts spinning and you VERY GENTLY run the roller side-to-side over your dry skin areas on the feet. There is no pressure needed, you just let the device do the work! It comes with a little brush for cleaning and a protective cover when not in use. Cleaning: After each use, I pop out the roller and use the little brush to sweep away any debris. Pop the roller back in and store away for next use.
The Micro-Pedi is very lightweight and is the ONLY motorized callous remover to have the American Podiatric Medical Association Seal of Acceptance.
Yes, the Micro-Pedi really worked for me! It absolutely did remove rough, dry and callused skin from my feet in seconds. My typical at-home pedicure using a foot file, scrub brush, foot spa, etc. would usually take up to 20 minutes. With the Micro-Pedi, I can run it over my rough, callused areas first thing in the morning, wipe off my feet with a damp cloth, add my favorite lotion, and my feet are good to go. I’ve been using this at least once a week or every few days (for about 1 minute total each time) and my feet have stayed sandal ready. It really is that quick and easy, love it!
Product received from PR for editorial consideration, all opinions expressed are my own.
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