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MICRO Pedi from Emjoi
This little gadget, the Emjoi MICROPedi is an absolute revelation!! I am in love with it!! Not only is it massively effective at removing stubborn, hard skin from the soles of my feet but it is actually really fun!!
When I say ‘fun’ it is actually that vile, gruesome, gross kind of fun that not everyone appreciates, but for me personally this is easily as good as Eastenders!
I am one of those people that completely forgets about my feet and then I am utterly horrified once summer comes. And I am not alone!
Apparently 1 in 3 women forget about their feet entirely until it’s time to get them out according to a new survey from Emjoi MICROPedi. And a quarter of women think about their feet less than any other part of their bikini body and I have to say, on the days when the sun has been out, I have seen quite a few examples of poor neglected feet being in showcased in a summer sandal. It isn’t pretty!
The MICROPedi is a hand-held pedicure device that leaves your feet softer and smoother after the first use. I used it wherever the skin was hard and it just buffed away the dryness painlessly.
This is the gross bit: you will need to make sure you do it over something to catch the …erm… let’s call it dust… otherwise you will end up with a rather unsavoury mess. Yuck!!
It basically works by using a unique roller with a coarse surface that spins at 360º, 30 times a second. This literally and effortlessly removes the dead, hard, jagged skin on your soles and heels. It is quite amazing!
I think with a few more uses I’ll have my feet looking better than they have in a long time. After one use, I am half way there already! And I shall definitely be taking it on holiday with me, to keep my feet looking perfect!
The MICROPedi costs £39.95 – buy it at Boots.com. I wouldn’t be without mine. If you have one and need refills, buy them here
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