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Pedi Joy is a callus removal system that will help you painlessly do away with dead, dry skin, leaving your feet nice and smooth. You can use this system regardless of whether you're wet or dry, and it'll attach to almost any flat surface with its suction cups, which will hold it firmly in place. You'll be able to operate the system with your feet alone, leaving your hands free and your body in whatever position you choose.
The cost of Pedi Joy is $29.99 plus $7.99 shipping. The special TV offer allows you to receive a second Pedi Joy at the discounted price of only $14.99 for a total price of $52.97.
To begin using Pedi Joy, position the exfoliation device on your chosen floor space ( including the floor of your tub or shower, if you'd like ) or even the wall of your tub. Its four suction cups will hold it in place as you exfoliate, so you won't have to.
The exfoliation device is battery-operated, so you won't need to plug it in. You can simply tap the big blue power button, found on the left side of the device, with one bare foot. You'll be able to do this while sitting down or standing up.
After the exfoliation device is powered up, slide one foot gently back and forth on the exfoliation plate, being sure to move it vertically instead of horizontally. As you do so, any dry, dead skin will flake off your foot and collect on the plate. You'll need to repeat this process on the other foot for optimum results.
Once you're done exfoliating each foot, use the power button to turn the device off. Following that, remove the exfoliation plate and dump the dead skin that has collected on it into some sort of trash bin ( you could also dump it in the toilet and flush ).
As you exfoliate, the exfoliation plate on your Pedi Joy device will vibrate at a rate of 5000 revolutions per minute. Therefore, it will be able to remove dead, dry and callused skin more quickly and efficiently than a variety of other callus removal tools, such as a pumice stone or foot paddle. What's more, it'll do its job without requiring you to bend and stretch, and won't cause you any pain.
The Pedi Joy system comes in a color combination of blue and white, so it'll look nice in most bedrooms or bathrooms. Plus, men who choose to use it won't feel as "girly" as they might if the system were white and pink.
About the size of a shoebox, this system is small enough to be taken on a trip with you, such as a camping trip or an excursion to a hotel. That means you'll be able to keep your feet looking and feeling great wherever you go.
This system won't be damaged by exposure to water, so it can be used in the bath, in the shower, or even in a hot tub. If you're used to having to bend over in the shower and remove calluses with some sort of manual tool, you'll be pleased to discover that using this system won't require that kind of stretching.
If you'd prefer to massage your feet instead of exfoliating them on any given day, you'll have the option of removing the exfoliation plate from your device and replacing it with the massage plate. The massage plate, too, can be used in water or totally dry.
Since you can use it sitting down, and you won't need to bend over or touch this system with your hands, it's an ideal choice for people with limited mobility. This group might include seniors with arthritis, people who are temporarily injured, or individuals suffering from a permanent physical disability.
If you do have full use of your hands, you'll be able to use them for something else while you use just your feet to operate your Pedi Joy. In the bathroom, you might want to work on other areas of your beauty routine with your hands while exfoliating or massaging your feet. Alternatively, if you're fitting in a few minutes of exfoliation or massage in the living room, you could even read, knit or complete paperwork while you do so.
In theory, your dead, dry skin shavings are supposed to collect on your system's exfoliation plate while you move each foot back and forth on it. However, if you move your foot very vigorously or use your system for a long time without emptying its plate, some skin shavings could end up on the floor.
The Pedi Joy system has been designed for the feet, so it's not ideal for the hands. In fact, if you were to use it to exfoliate your hands, you could damage the more-delicate skin there. You must keep your hands away from it and keep it away from any children in your household who might decide to try it on their hands.
This may seem obvious to most users, but you should not use this system while wearing socks or shoes, either. Not only will it not remove calluses from your skin that way, you could also damage your socks, shoes, and / or the exfoliation or massage plates.
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