Jersey Girl, Texan Heart: Pedicure Season with Emjoi
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Pedicure Season with Emjoi

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The nail and skin pampering doesn’t just stop at manicures.  Our feet and toes deserve some pampering too.  I mean we do use our feet to get around and depending on what you do all day, you may even stand on them for most of the hours in a day.  With that being said, for today’s post I wanted to focus on our feet.  Now, I don’t like feet, but I do like pretty feet!  And, I mean it’s pretty much almost summer, so those feet will be showing, so instead of being embarrassed by your feet (like I used to be) be proud of those smooth, alluring feet.

I’m introducing for the second time (because I love it that much!) Emjoi Micro Pedi.  If you’ve been reading my blog for the past few months, you would know that I’m currently living on a budget.  I’m still living comfortable, but I have a budget for everything.  Now, I don’t really have the time or extra doll hairs (dollars) to be getting pedicures every 2-3 weeks.  Plus, I like my colors better and the convenience of doing everything in my own home.  The Emjoi Micro-Pedi is perfect for anyone who is looking for afforadable, time saving and convenience, and anyone looking to be budget conscious.  With this tool you can save money without sacrificing health and beauty.  According to the American Podiatric Medical Association website, “Your feet must last a lifetime and most Americans log an amazing 75,000 miles on their feet by age 50.”  Great looking, smooth feet are youthful, more alluring, comfortable and imperative for health, sports participation and grooming.

The original version of the Emjoi Micro-Pedi debuted in 2012 and since then has expanded to also include a smaller travel version called Nano.  A full pedicure experience with attachments for manicure, elbow, knee and rough skin conditioning are now part of the spa-like experience that this product presents.  The Micro Pedi removes dry, rough, hardened, callused skin from the soles of the feet (and in my case other areas of my feet) in less than a minute, leaving them soft, supple, and beautiful.  The best part is that it’s not painful to use.  It hasn’t cut or knicked my feet, even in the more sensitive areas on my feet.  I have calluses on my heel and my big toe.  The big toe is such an awkward spot, and this Micro-Pedi really gets in there and helps me take care of my callus problem without making it a production.  I’ve never used a metal scraper blade on myself, but I have had that used on me in a nail salon and it did cut me the one time.  SO UNCOMFORTABLE!  Also, manual pumices don’t do half the job that this Micro-Pedi tool does.  It’s become my at home pedicure miracle.  I also have noticed more comfort.  I guess due to my calluses being so thick/big (not sure what the correct term would be here) it was causing discomfort.  I feel like my step is a little different.  My feet were ruined after taking Pointe in Ballet and working retail most of my life.  This product is a game changer ladies and gents!

If you are looking to purchase this product it comes in a clam package with 1 roller for $29.95.  Trust me when I say that this lasts you a while.  This Micro-Pedi tool is also accepted by the American Podiatric Medical Association.  I’ve included a before and after picture from Emjoi as well.  If anyone has any personal questions about this product you can always email me, I know it’s always embarrassing talking about your feet, and trust me I know because I probably have the worst feet ever!  Below that I've linked up some fun polishes you should try on your toes!



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