How To Get Smooth Feet At Home With Amopé Pedi Perfect

How To Get Smooth Feet At Home - How To Use Amopé Pedi Perfect

In order to prevent your feet from looking and also feel cracked and icky, you should be maintaining them on a daily basis. Doing so will help keep your feet looking not only smooth but also pretty.

And if you think adding a foot regimen to your daily routine is a going to be too much, it really isn’t.

In fact, it’s super simple. So you have zero excuses. 🙂

…keep reading.

Anyway, when trying to remove dead skin off of your feet, people usually tend to think:

  1. in order to get your feet scrubbed properly, you should go to the nail salon and
  2. it’s usually easier to remove dead skin after your feet have had a chance to soak in warm water.

And typically the answer is yes to both assumptions.

But that’s not the case if you’re using the Amopé Pedi Perfect™.

With the Amopé Pedi Perfect™, you can get smoother feet right in your own home and to achieve the best results, you actually don’t want your feet to be wet, instead, you want them to be dry.

Here’s how to use the Amopé Pedi Perfect™ and get smoother feet at home:

Get Your Device Ready

Insert the roller into the device, making sure it is fully intact. Before using, make sure your feet are clean and dry, so you can get the best results possible.

Regularly Pass Over Dry Skin

Move the Amopé Pedi Perfect™ in regular passes over the dry, dead skin, applying light to medium pressure.

Continue with regular passes until the dead skin is removed and your feet feel silky soft. If you do however notice that your skin starts to become sore or inflamed, stop using immediately.

How To Get Smooth Feet At Home - How To Use Amopé Pedi Perfect

Moisturize After Use

For best results, simply wipe or rinse feet off to remove any excess dead skin and thoroughly dry feet.

And then finish off by applying a foot balm or cream.

Make It A Routine

To continue to see amazing results, continue your sessions regularly until your feet feel soft and are free from hard skin.

It’s super important to note that treatment length is different for each individual and depends on how much pressure is placed on your feet during daily activities, exercise, and the fit of your shoes.

How To Get Smooth Feet At Home - How To Use Amopé Pedi Perfect


The Fashion Ambitions Review

Before using the Amopé Pedi Perfect™, my feet were really cracked and dry from spending 98% of my summer running around the city of Boston in flip flops.

You can’t even imagine how black my heels were…I know…TMI (too much information) and totally disgusting!

Anyway…

When I used the Amopé Pedi Perfect™ for the first time for about 2 minutes at medium/hard pressure, I noticed my dry, cracked skin falling to the ground. YEP! And yes I know… gross….

The end results however, were absolutely amazing!

I was left with super smooth feet.

I ending up love the Amopé Pedi Perfect™ because, I felt like I was able to get a real deep clean on my feet.

I was able to get rid of all the icky dead skin and essentially, start new. 🙂

All in all, the Amopé Pedi Perfect™ is definitely recommended!


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  • $15 off 1 Nail Amopé device
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Option 2:
  • $25 off two Amopé devices
Valid: 8/14/2016 – 8/24/2016

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How To Get Smooth Feet At Home - How To Use Amopé Pedi Perfect

This is a sponsored conversation written by Fashion Ambitions on behalf of Amopé™. The opinions and text are all ours.

 

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Romana Hai

Founder, CEO & Editor-in-Chief

Romana Hai started blogging full-time in 2013 . Fashion Ambitions is more than a blog and more-or-less acts as a portfolio containing brands/collaborations and achievements. Although Romana was born and raised in New York, she currently resides in the Financial District of Boston, MA. Romana attended Penn State University and graduated in 2010 with two degrees: Economics from the Smeal College of Business and Telecommunications from the College of Communications. You can reach Romana at romana@fashionambitions.com.

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