Emjoi Micro Pedi Callus Remover Reviews For you Including Where to Buy 2017 -Ultimate Buyer’s Guide
Hello there guys and girls, today I am going to share a review from one customer who has bought and used the Emjoi Micro Pedi for 2017. This device can be used for your feet or your hands if they have calluses on them. It is a soothing, exfoliating callus remover and the picture below is what it looks like up close. Here is her review;
You can see the coarse little roller on it and it also comes in many colors. Therefore you have a wide variety to choose from. I ordered mine on QVC because they had a discount on the item a few weeks back and when I looked before I wrote this micro pedi review, the promotion was over and not available anymore on QVC.
However, I just checked it out on Amazon and saw that it was available there. I got the model that you saw in the image above. There is another type of callus remover which has like a squatty type of shape. I did not get that type, so I cannot vouch for that. You can check it out below however.
The one that I got which is the one below is battery operated. It takes two double A batteries and I must say they do provide it with some awesome power. I used it for the first time a night ago and I must tell you guys that it was so good that I had to write this emjoi micro pedi review for you guys. Not to blow the horn too loud but it is amazing!
I had got this device a few weeks ago and I had not gotten around to using it because it was kind of cold here where I live and I had not gotten around to wearing sandals a lot. Therefore I really did not need to use it. However, over the weekend I wore sandals for a longer time than usual and it made my feet look real nasty at the end of the day. You know how it is 🙂
So I decided to pull the Emjoi electric hard skin remover and I used it on the bottom of my feet. You can see the dead skin it managed to scrape off my feet in the picture below.
I liked it so much that this morning, when I am writing this, I used it on my husband and it worked fantastically well. I paid around 30$ for it if I remember correctly before shipping. When I checked on Amazon however, I saw that one seller had it listed for about 24$ with free shipping. You can click through the image below to check out the listing.
You will also see the emjoi micro pedi refills going for around 20$ for 6 refills. It is so easy to replace. You just press a tiny button on the side of the device and the roller will just pop off. You can rinse it under water as I saw it on the QVC video and did it myself and it will be as clean as a daisy. When the rollers wear off, you just pop it out and replace it with another refill.
It also comes with a brush that you can use to clean off the device. It comes with the directions on the manual on how to do that so you do not need to worry. The process is not complex at all. I have washed it after I scrubbed my feet and also after my husband’s feet (you know how gross man feet look).
The coarse rollers are still intact after that brutal scrubbing process so I can say that they can last a long time before you need to replace them.
What Are My Thoughts On This Micro Pedi Device and Pedicures in 2017 ?
I like to get pedicures occasionally but it is kind of hard to find the time to get out and away and go get a pedicure every week or every two weeks, especially if you are a busy woman as I am. I find that when I go for pedicures, I go for hours and they go for around 40$ right here where I live and that is not just something I would like to be spending every week in my monthly budget.
The emjoi callus remover however costs less than 40$ and I get to use it anytime I want to. It even fits perfectly in my hand bag. I do like going to the local spa for pedicures but I would exchange that time for this device anytime.
The best part about it is that I can also convince my husband to use it in the privacy of our home. You know how men feel when you ask them to go for a pedicure at the local salon 🙂 What I also like about it is that I do not need to buy two for my man and I, I just buy extra refills for him to use and just replace it when I am done.
I also have tried things like pumice stones but they do take a lot of time and need a strenuous process to use them effectively. They also require you to use water and lemon to get an efficient scrub and decent results. I do not know about you but for me, that is the kind of hassle that i am trying to avoid 🙂
I had to share this with you guys and gals out there because it just made my pedicure process so much convenient and I know there are other people out there who crave the same convenience. If you have sore feet, wear sandals or have calluses that are causing you anguish and pain and require constant attention, you can get yourself one by clicking on the image below.