Get pretty feet for summer with Emjoi Micro-Pedi Nano Callus Remover

I sort of dread sandal season. I typically get monthly pedicures, but while my feet look great afterward they quickly devolve into something I’d rather hide with regular shoes. When Emjoi sent us their Micro-Pedi Nano Callus Remover ($24.95), I jumped at the chance to possibly end my boycott of open-ended footwear.

Emjoi Micro-Pedi Nano Callus Remover

The Nano is a small foot buffer with a lot of power. Here are some of its selling points:

  • Ground-breaking device takes the chore out of smoothing skin on the feet
  • Gently and effectively buffs away dead, calloused, hard and dry skin in seconds
  • Unique roller with micro mineral particles pulverizes dead skin in an instant
  • Safer and more effective than metal scrapers, which uses blades to cut the skin
  • Easier to use than the other methods, that require constant rubbing
  • All Micro-Pedi Refill Rollers are compatible with all Micro-Pedi models
  • Battery-operated (2AA not included)
Love the small size of the Emjoi Nano
Easy to operate!

I find that the Nano safely and quickly turns calluses into dust. Thanks to the Nano, the cracks on my heels have completely disappeared. I love the small size, which is both portable and discreet. It runs on two AA batteries so there is no plugging in or charging. The roller has a very fine grain so even those with very sensitive feet should be able to use it. Once the roller wears down it’s no problem, refill rollers are available for purchase.

It is extremely easy to use. Just turn on the device and the roller spins quickly – specifically 30 times a second. You sort of sand-blast rough areas, and it only takes about a minute per foot to get soft and smooth skin. Definitely do this over a towel because the dead skin becomes a fine dust. It does a great job of making those calluses disappear without leaving feet raw or sensitive. A quick tip – make sure your feet are completely dry before using the Nano. It doesn’t have the same effect on damp skin.

The Emjoi Nano roller
it has a fine grain and spins 30 times per second

With pedicures in my area running anywhere from $40 to $100, substitute the Nano and this baby pays for itself within a month.If you get regular pedicures, this is a great way to keep feet maintained in between visits.

The Emjoi Micro-Pedi Nano Callus Remover gets a big thumbs up from me. A few minutes twice a week is all it takes for me to put on sandals without a second thought.  – Lisa

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  1. Ashlei | 13th Jun 14

    I need one of those products. Normally I would have been in flip-flops or open toed shoes since April. However I was just too damn depressed & lazy to even scrub my feet & paint my toenails.

  2. beautyin | 13th Jun 14

    Ashlei, I think this is perfect for when you are feeling lazy…it works so quickly and is super easy to use.

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