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Festive Gift Ideas with Emjoi Micro Pedi (Review Included)



Last week I told you about the Micro Mani and how to give yourself a gorgeously shiny manicure in just a few seconds. This week I'm taking care of your feet with the accompanying Micro Pedi also from Emjoi.


This 11 piece gift set is slicker in design than the mani set plus you get all the tools you would need for a full manicure/pedicure even down to the finishing cream moisturiser. 


Here you see it set up with the exfoliating roller to remove dry or excess skin. This is my favourite part of the process, with my feet being slightly ticklish it feels great and like you're getting a proper foot massage!

Also included in the gift set is a nail brush, a tiny little brush to clean out the skin dust (gross but necessary), toe separators, clippers and scissors to trim your nails, and a 5 piece set to shape, buff and shine your toe nails. This takes a bit of skill if, like myself, you're not that flexible but the end result is great! As I mentioned earlier you also get the moisturing cream. 


I absolutely love love LOVE this set! I ended up going out straight after I had finished my pedi (which took all of about 20 minutes start to finish) and felt like I was walking on air. Even a few weeks later as I approach the time for a touch up I can still see the results: Less hard skin and my nails are in better shape. 

I thoroughly recommend this product if you're not one for going to a salon. It's quick, easy, and you'll definitely get the use out it! 

Available at Gordon's Chemists for £39.95 in this gift set or on its own and also a available for men (without the manicure tools) at £34.95. See Www.gordonsdirect.com for details. 

Also, if you missed it, check out my review of the accompanying Electric Nail Polisher and get those loved ones Christmas Stockings filled!


This product was sent for review but all thoughts and opinions are my own. 

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