Micro Pedi by Emjoi: Get the Perfect Pedi

The Micro Pedi by Emjoi makes getting the perfect pedicure easySince I went back to work full time, I have less time than ever for pampering, whether at home or in a salon. And, I confess, winter clothing conceals a multitude of sins. No time to shave? I skip the skirt and choose pants. No energy for a weekend pedicure? Boots are an easy fix.

But, now that spring is fast approaching, I am rather desperately in need of a major overhaul. I have several big spring events to attend, such as the Winterthur Point-to-Point Steeplechase and the Devon Horse Show. And naturally, I want to look my best!

Luckily, this year my “Spring tune-up” is easier than ever. Because, in addition to my travel favorite, the tiny Emjoi Micro Pedi Nano, I have a Classic version, too.

It’s battery driven, so I never have to worry about finding an outlet. It’s also ergonomically designed to fit perfectly in my hand. The Micro Pedi by Emjoi  even has received the American Podiatric Seal of Approval.
Xtreme Coarse Rollers make getting the perfect pedicure faster than ever
Of course, what really sets the Classic Emjoi Micro Pedi apart from other products on the market is the micro mineral roller. The battery operated roller spins at an amazing 30 times per second, leaving skin soft, supple and sandal-ready … in just minutes! It’s the hygienic and painless way to remove dry skin and calluses, with spa-like results.

The micro mineral roller is safer than blade-based metal scrapers (such as my old Ped-Egg) and far less laborious than a traditional pumice stone.

There are even interchangeable rollers. For example, the Xtreme Coarse Micro Mineral Rollers (sold in a two pack) can easily be inserted when needed. The rollers work in both my Classic and Nano units. And, changing a roller is as simple as pushing a button.

But, the best part is the price. A Classic Emjoi Micro Pedi retails for just $39.95. And, the additional Extreme Coarse Micro Mineral Rollers are just $19.95 (for two). Since a pedicure at one of my favorite Delaware spas, Michael Christopher, is $50 before tip, a weekly habit could turn into a $2,600 a year investment. That’s money I could be using for… shoes!

To see the entire product line of must-have beauty tools, including the Classic Micro-Pedi, Micro-Pedi Nano for travel, pain-free epilators, refills and even accessories, visit Emjoi. 

Micro Pedi by EmjoiNow that I have the perfect pedicure, I think it’s time to begin spring shoe shopping!

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DISCLAIMER: No financial compensation was received in exchange for this Micro Pedi pedicure tool post. I did, however, receive product samples of the Emjoi Micro Pedi and Xtreme Coarse Roller in order to test the products and provide an honest review. Regardless, I only recommend products or services that I believe will be good for my readers.

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