Tuesday, July 26, 2011


You want your body to look good naked,  but what about your feet?  It's summer time and everyone is wearing flip flops on their feet showing off calluses and rough skin!  What if I told you there is a product that can get your feet flip-flop ready in no time flat!  Well today is your lucky day because thats exactly what I'm telling you,  and the name of the product is Emjoi Micro Pedi

The Emjoi Micro- Pedi is a battery operated device designed to smooth hard skin on your feet.  It works by buffing away rough jagged skin on the soles and heels of your feet.  It's unique roller spins at 360 degrees at an astonishing 30 times a second,  leaving your feet noticeably soft and smooth.  Because it uses rollers,  there is no blades involved,  so you don't have to worry about getting cut.  The Micro-Pedi is an innovative product that can be used by just about anyone that suffers from coarse skin on their feet. 

I was looking forward to trying out the Emjoi Micro-Pedi because it is not a typical product that I would normally buy.  I'm always hesitant to purchase products such as this one,  because I always wonder how effectively the product will work.  I usually use a pumice stone,  so the Micro-Pedi offers me a brand new concept with a certain edge to it. I was so excited when I received it because I was not expecting it!  A few days later I opened up the Emjoi Micro-Pedi which was nicely wrapped in colored tissue paper and decided to put it to the test!

I read the Emjoi Micro-Pedi instruction manual before using it,so I would properly know how to operate it and take care of it. After reading the complete directions I had a feeling that this product is was going to be easier to use than I had originally thought, and I sure was right!  The first thing I did was wash and clean my feet and then dried them with a clean cloth.  Next,  I selected the proper roller to use,  which in my case was the blue for extra coarse skin,  but it also comes with a magenta colored roller to use on coarse skin. Changing the rollers is actually very easy and takes only seconds. 

The clear plastic cover should remain on the device when not in use and be taken off just before use.  Using the Micro-Pedi requires little effort, and the handle fits perfectly into my hand making, for a perfect grip.  I pressed the button to turn it on and then rotated it side to side across the heels of my feet,  one by one.  It is important that you know not to use the Micro-Pedi for longer than 2-3 seconds at a time.  You should turn the unit off and then check to see if you have reached your desired amount of softness.  I did this about four times before I accomplished my desired level of smoothness.

I was amazed by how silky soft my feet felt and looked after using the Emjoi Micro-Pedi!  Taking care of the unit is very simple and requires little effort.  Because the unit is water resistant it can be rinsed under water,  but please keep in mind that it is not water proof.  You should never place the rollers in water because they will ruin,  so be sure to remove the rollers before cleaning the Micro-Pedi.  You should rinse the unit under tap water for 5-8 seconds and then wipe it clean with a dry cloth.  Never use the device on any other part of your body and be sure to never use it on broken, or bleeding skin. 

The Emjoi Micro-Pedi comes with a warranty that lasts one full year from the date of purchase,  which leaves you with a more secure feeling about your purchase.  I am very satisfied with my Emjoi Micro-Pedi and surprised by how well this product effectively works!  I love the fact that I can get salon quality results in the comfort of my own home.

BUY IT:  You can purchase a Emoj Micro-Pedi on their website for 2 payments of $19.95 plus $8.99 for shipping and handling.  You will also receive a magenta soft mineral cartridge with it.  That's a $10 value!

*Disclaimer - I received a Emjoi Micro-Pedi free of charge for review purposes from Lipton Publicity.  In no way did this alter my opinion of their products.  All of my opinions are one hundred percent honest and true.*


Mandee said...

Very interesting! I'm going to have to check this out! It's hard finding time to go get a pedi when you have 5 boys. Heck, you know what I mean I'm sure with 3! :)

-Mandee http://raisingmy5sons.com