The Quick and Simple Way to Smooth Feet

With the snow still falling and your open toes last spotted sometime in late September, a pedicure is unlikely to be high on your priority list.

A pair of sturdy boots are the order of the day at the moment, and while your feet may not be as fresh and smooth as you’d ideally want, it’s not something you necessarily have to worry about at the moment.

After all, a professional pedicure takes organisation, time and money – and right now there are other things on your plate.

But wait! There is an alternative, and it doesn’t involve a blade, pumice stone, scraper or even one of those egg-shaped files. It’s a piece of home pedicure equipment that, for once, delivers on the hype that comes with it.

Meet the Emjoi MICRO Pedi, a small battery-operated device that is creating something of a stir in the hard skin world. And judging by the acres of space dedicated to customer testimonials on its website, this is a device that actually works.

So what is it about the MICRO Pedi that is going down so well with the hard skin sufferers out there? Well here are five things for a start:

Scraping and grating is a no-no

If there’s one way that a lot of other hard skin removers fall down, it’s that they’re just a bit too heavy-handed. They don’t so much remove your unsightly hard bits as lop them off with blades. The MICRO Pedi gently buffs your skin, a much nicer thought.

An end to the gymnastics

Let’s face it; using traditional hard skin removers can be tricky. You need a course in yoga just to be able to fold yourself into the positions from where you can effectively and safely do your filing or scraping. Thanks to its ergonomically designed handle, rubberized grip and lack of fiddly attachments, the MICRO Pedi is fantastically easy to use. Hurray for our backs.

Nothing is off-limits

Hard skin is not averse to making an appearance just about anywhere on your feet, but favourite spots are usually the heel, ball of foot and side of the toes. Left untreated, these areas can become cracked, painful and pretty unpleasant to look at. By tackling all those areas of hard skin with the minimum of fuss, the MICRO Pedi device makes itself a fairly indispensable part of your home pedicure kit.

It costs less than the podiatrist

The cost of a regular trip to the podiatrist can mount up if you’re serious about keeping your feet feeling smooth, so this makes a very worthwhile investment that will last.

Guess what – it really works!

It’s not hard to launch a new product and get a few people to say that it works. The difference with this device is that there are literally hundreds of people who agree it is one of the greatest single beauty products they have ever used. You haven’t had a home pedicure until you’ve tried the MICRO Pedi.

Have a try yourself. For more details on how to buy the MICRO Pedi hard skin remover, visit


  1. Sandy VanHoey says:

    Gotta love this product and had to laugh at your statement about needing a course in yoga with the other products…too funny and so true. I know I get the heels drying in both winter and summer Summer from being barefoot so much. Thanks for sharing

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