Tuesday, June 11, 2013

Emjoi Micro-Pedi Saves Your Feet

If you travel, run, walk the dog or just spend time with your kids, you are on your feet a lot. I am plagued by calluses, rough heels and hard skin on my feet. Pedicures are an occasional indulgence, but they cost time and money. Enter the Emjoi Micro-Pedi tool.

This battery-operated device has a spinning roller that smoothes skin in just a few seconds. You don't have to worry about cutting too deeply and getting an infection, or having such rough skin that you tear your socks.

Then there's those Manolo Blahniks from a sample sale that don't really fit, but they were such a steal that you cram your toes into them anyway.

New mani and pedi attachments can have you cut your ties to the nail salon entirely. The manicure kid as 5 attachments, to puff and polish nails and push cuticles back. the Precision Cone has tiny rollers that fit between your toes to get out those bumps and rough spots.

The Micro-Pedi is $39.95 and the attachment kits are $19.95 each; with the money you save on mani-pedis, you can spring for a pair of Manolo Blahniks.

This time in a size that fits.

Note: I received a sample of a Micro-Pedi in return for writing about it. My opinions and my smooth, happy feet are entirely my own.

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