Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Micro-Pedi by Emjoi

Well hello Wednesday. Is anyone else ready for the weekend? Sorry for being MIA, but sometimes life calls. I'm switching it up a little today on MN. Usually I would be blogging a Closet Diaries, but today i'm sharing with you my review on the Micro-Pedi from Emjoi.
I was sent a road test sample from Lipton Publicity. With that being said, all opinions are mine. 

I was super excited for the opportunity to try the Micro-Pedi. If you know me, you know that i'm a huge germophobe, so I seldom/never go to a nail salon and get pedicures. Therefore, I have unwanted dry and calloused feet. They aren't extremely terrible, on a scale from 1-10, 10 being the worst, I would say they are at about a 4. So, not terrible. But, I have noticed myself becoming more and more aware of my dry heels when i'm wearing sandals, and just recently have thought about figuring out a solution to get rid of it. We have a salt water pool, so last summer I would try to exfoliate my feet with the salt for the pool. Anytime it was time to add a bag of salt to the pool, we would dump a pile on the steps, and I would get in and help dissolve it by stirring it up with my feet.  It's not quite warm enough, for me, to get in the pool.
Before: Left Foot
Before: Right Foot

Luckily, this year I don't think I'll need to do that. After using the Micro-Pedi, my feet will already be exfoliated before I even get to take my first dip in the pool. It was super easy to use and lightweight in the hand. I, personally, found that using the blue roller first, that comes with the Micro Pedi, and then using  the Extreme Coarse Micro Mineral roller (sold separately as a two-pack) worked really well. My feet are also VERY ticklish, however I didn't find that I was uncomfortable when using it, nor was the Micro-Pedi painful or uncomfortable on other areas of my feet.  It's one of those things that you probably would never buy for yourself, which is why it's the perfect gift idea. Plus, everyone needs it and can use it. Who would have thought at home personal care could be so fun?! The Micro-Pedi really is kind of fun to use because you get into it, but it doesn't have to take long at all to get soft feet. It only takes about minute to remove the dry and calloused skin, and you will need to 2 AA batteries for you to be able to go to town on those feet. 

Keep in mind, if you ever don't know what to get someone, the Micro Pedi is a great gift idea and can be purchased here. With sandal season already in full effect (at least in Texas), it would be a much appreciated gift too! How has your week been so far? Have you ever used the Micro-Pedi by Emjoi? Until next time...

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