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Emjoi Micro-Pedi Nano Callus Remover (Powerful & Corded)

Article - Emjoi Micro-Pedi Nano Callus Remover (Powerful & Corded)

This excelent article from category of Nail Tool. Item name is Emjoi Micro-Pedi Nano Callus Remover (Powerful & Corded) and we strongly recommend it to everybody. Many users are highly satisfied with this product and its very cost effective. Item price is (39.95, 'USD').

  • Gently and effectively buffs away dead, calloused, hard and dry skin in seconds
  • Corded super powerful and performs with extreme strength every time
  • Accepted by the American Podiatric Medical Association
  • Electrically operated with International Travel Power Cord from 100V to 240V
  • All Micro Pedi Refill Rollers are compatible with all Micro Pedi models

Brand that produces this item is Emjoi. . Color of nail tool is Pink. Nail Tool Article is made of materials: Click On More Info Button. Characteristics of this item is: NEW - Powerful Corded Micro-Pedi Callus Remover by Emjoi. The new corded Emjoi Micro-Pedi is electrically-operated, super powerful and performs with extreme strength every time. Engineered with a more powerful motor and a better ergonomic design than other Micro-Pedi models. Emjoi's Micro-Pedi Foot Buffer is the world's best-selling pedicure kit. Unique roller spins 360°, at an amazing 30 times a second, to gently and effectively buff away hard, jagged skin without the hassle of constant rubbing. It features 2 speeds and gives salon quality results in seconds. No batteries needed. Save time and money and get better results than a salon pedicure! *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 use blades to cut the skin *Easier to use than other methods, that require constant rubbing *Salon results in seconds *Two speeds *Rubberized grip *Electrically-operated with International Travel Power Cord from 100V to 240V Warning: This unit is very powerful. Gently rotate (back and forth or side to side) over the callous/corn/hard skin area for 2-3 seconds. Stop and check if you achieved the softness you desire. If not, go over the area for 2-3 more seconds and check again. Continue to use this method until the level of smoothness is obtained. Over use may result cause bleeding or injury. Accepted by the American Podiatric Medical Association. *International Travel Power Cord from 100V to 240V. Use this special offer and buy this article. Click on button CLICK TO ORDER and see special offer....

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Brand - Emjoi

Rating - 4.5

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Pedicure set is superficial cosmetic treatment of the feet and nails. This provides a similar service to a manicure. Pedicures are done for cosmetic, therapeutic and medical purposes, and may help prevent nail diseases and nail disorders. They are very popular all over the world, especially among women. Pedicure not just limited to nails; usually dead skin cells on the bottom of the feet rubbed using a rough stone called pumice. In addition, care leg below the knee became common, and now expects the services included in the pedicure. Leg care includes waxing over shaving or waxing or exfoliation followed by granular, application of moisturizers and short foot massage. Etymology The word pedicure comes from the Latin word penis, which means “foot”, and Cura, which means “care”. History People were pedicure your nails for more than 4,000 years. In southern Babylon, nobles used solid gold tools to make yourself a manicure and pedicure. Use nail polish can be traced back even further. Originating in China in 3000 BC, nail color indicated an individual\'s social status, in accordance with the Ming Dynasty manuscript; royal nails were painted black and red. The ancient Egyptians were manicuring all the way back to 2300 BC. Representation of the early manicure and pedicure was on carving from the tomb of Pharaoh\'s, and the Egyptians were famous for paying special attention to their feet and legs. Egyptians also painted their nails, using red to show the highest social class. It is said that Cleopatra nails painted dark red, while the queen Nefertiti went with flashier ruby shadow. In ancient Egypt and Rome, military commanders also painted their nails to match their lips before they went into battle. Pedicure United States Pedicure industry began to grow noticeably in 2000 was approximately 50,000 nail salons located throughout the United States (US), and then, compared with nearly 200,000 Nail salons today. This was largely driven by the full-service shop. Manicure has high growth rates in comparison with other industries. Pedicure itself takes about 45 minutes to one hour. This results in extremely high equivalent hourly fees and thereby increase the GDP between 2000 and 2004 increased from 2 billion to 6. The economic impact according to the US Department of Labour, manicure and pedicure specialists earned a median income of 24,000 in 2006. Most experts earn hourly wages, which can be expanded to advice customers. Independent nail technicians depend on repeat business and consistent business to earn their livings. The most successful independent manicure technicians can earn salaries as 50,000 per year. It also can be a lot of nail technicians earn up to 300 per hour to perform more technical polish treatment, such as pink and white and sculpture. Although these drugs are not especially popular for legs are, nevertheless, the option would anyone want to have such treatment. Standard therapy Manicure usually cost in the region of 40. Similar salary you can earn with a qualified pedicure technicians who work in exclusive and high end spas and salons. Some of the most common types are as follows (names and products may vary from spa to spa):Regular Pedicure: a simple treatment that includes foot soaking, scrubbing foot by pumice stone or foot file, nail trimming, nail design, foot and calf massage, cream and nail polishing. Spa Pedicure: Includes regular pedicures and generally adds one of the following: paraffin dip, masks, mud or seaweed treatments. Paraffin Manicure: treatment, including regular pedicures, but also includes the use of paraffin wax. The legs are covered with a layer of paraffin wax, to moisten the legs. Stone Pedicure: In fact, foot massage, which involves the use of various essential oils that are rubbed by using hot stones to massage the feet and legs. French manicure: regular pedicure, which includes the use of white paint on the tip of the nail with a clean pink at the base. Mini Manicure: This focuses mainly on the fingers with a quick soak nail design and nail, but does not include massage and the only Serb. Ta is designed for appointments during regular pedicures for general well maintained feet. Athletic Pedicure: As with a regular pedicure for both sexes. This includes either clear fingernail polish or buffing. Generally the aromatics used more cooling as peppermint, cucumber, or eucalyptus. Chocolate Pedicure: pedicure, which may include chocolate foot soak, foot mask chocolate or chocolate moisturizing lotion. Ice Cream Pedicure: pedicure, where bath ball, which looks like a scoop of ice cream that is selected. Soak followed by a scrub for the feet (usually vanilla, chocolate or strawberry) and topped with whipped moisturizing lotion. Red nail polish simulates ice cream is “cherry”. Margarita Pedicure: regular pedicure that includes salt exfoliation, irrigation with water from a fresh lime, lime-based massage oil and cream. Champagne or wine Manicure: This is a regular pedicure usually featuring exfoliating grape seed, grape peel mask, and finishing with grape seed oil or moisturizing massage. Notes Most places use a pumice stone or device type PedEgg to shave calluses. If you have calluses shaved too aggressive and the skin is broken, it can become a portal for bacteria or fungi. This is particularly problematic for diabetics who need special care of the feet. Different spas use a variety of solutions and chemicals to clean or soak your feet. Each of these chemicals / solutions can cause skin irritation. There may be a risk of ingrown toenail due to improper pruning. The instruments may not be sterilized and can be transferred to the fungal or bacterial cell. The fungus is easily transmitted from one person to other. These organisms can live for several days on objects, especially if they are not properly cleaned.