This product is a miracle

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pedi perfect

I read about the Amope Pedi Perfect foot file on my friend Andrea’s blog, I Want To Be Her, a couple of weeks ago, and because it was recommended by a beauty editor I respect—and because my callous situation is quite dire—I ordered it immediately. And reader, I am here to tell you that if, like me, you’ve tried other solutions—scrubs, files, pedicures—and found the results wanting, you might want to give this a shot. It removes callous so fast and so well that you’ll wonder how you ever lived without it.

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    Jennifer
    6 Apr 2018
    7:15am

    Have you tried Baby Feet??!!

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      KimFrance
      6 Apr 2018
      8:52am

      The stuff from Japan that you put on your feet and then a week later all your callous starts coming off in big chunks? Yes, I have purchased it but not yet used it because the falling-off-in-chunks part grosses me out just a little.

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        Bethany
        6 Apr 2018
        11:19am

        Baby feet is amazing but will not remove the stubborn terrible callouses on my big toes. Going to try this!

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        Mary Alice
        6 Apr 2018
        11:29am

        I bought Baby Feet months ago, and it still sits in the cabinet, because I am afraid of the falling-off-in-chunks situation. Pedi Feet looks more manageable. It’s not one of those scary files, is it? ( I think I have issues. WHen I get a pedicure I have to grit my teeth when they touch my baby toe).

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        Francine
        6 Apr 2018
        1:05pm

        I tried it the other week and they did NOTHING. $20 bucks down the drain.

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          Emily
          9 Apr 2018
          1:20pm

          I tried it too, 2 weeks ago – completely nothing.

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    caroline
    6 Apr 2018
    8:03am

    I’m ordering today!
    Seriously I am 😂

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    Mkw
    6 Apr 2018
    8:52am

    Yup. I use this too… love it! I resisted for years, thinking it was another silly gadget. In reality it’s a silly gadget that’s earned its keep.

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    Paula
    6 Apr 2018
    9:43am

    I’ve tried Baby Feet- the one where your entire foot sheds a couple of layers. It’s gross AND awesome! I’m going to try this in between . Thanks!

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    Valleyoftheshoes
    6 Apr 2018
    10:01am

    Kim, two words that will change everything. Medical pedicure. It’s medical because they use medical grade tools and procedures at a podiatrist’s office. I went to Medical Pedicure NYC and Marcella Correa, a certified medical nail technician, did my pedicure and it was life changing. She did my husband’s feet too. His results were remarkable considering he never had a regular pedicure before and he just trims his nails. But both of our feet were like baby’s feet, new skin surfaced without the calluses, deep heel cracks, etc. I have before and after pics of my feet on my Instagram (scroll to 8/12/16 posts) as well as a procedure video. It’s not cheap but so worth it and you can buy a package where it’s more economical.

    https://medipedinyc.com

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      sk
      6 Apr 2018
      10:54am

      Omg I had never heard of a medical pedicure until now. This is exactly what I need. Also I want to get Baby Feet and the Amope Pedi Perfect. Hello gorgeous summer feet. Thanks everyone! 🙂

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      Christine
      6 Apr 2018
      2:06pm

      She’s a once a year indulgence for me. My feet look great after, like the bare feet of an ancient Greek statue of Diana, and you don’t really care about polish for a few weeks once you have this born again virgin feet.

      I’ve never had a pedicure by Bastien, who’s based in Paris, and is sometimes in NYC, but it sounds like it may be similar.

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    laura
    6 Apr 2018
    1:15pm

    I REALLY loved the Amope when I first bought it but it lost power over time (new batteries didn’t make a difference) and just lost its ability to scrape effectively. I have since bought a Dremmel tool on Amazon and the pet nail attachment (I know!) and it works better and longer than the Amope ever did.

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      Hick from Styx
      6 Apr 2018
      7:07pm

      Has anyone tried the wet and dry rechargeable version that comes with a docking station?

      I have found that another version of this type of file also loses its power over time, even with new batteries. I don’t tolerate Dremel. But then neither does my dog. We’re both skittish on spa day. 😀

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        Karin
        7 Apr 2018
        10:33pm

        I have the wet and dry rechargeable. It’s amazing! I never wanted to buy the battery one because I hate replacing batteries. I love this one! It actually works…..

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    laura
    6 Apr 2018
    1:17pm

    Also, Baby Feet is cool, but it is really gross for a week…you look like a leper. Which is embarrassing during yoga.

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    Nancy
    6 Apr 2018
    11:10pm

    I also get a medical pedicure about 3 times a year. My podiatrist gave me exercises to do to reduce the corns on my toes which have been effective. I use the Dr Scholls callus remover which looks similar.

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    Mamavalveeta03
    7 Apr 2018
    5:34pm

    I have Amopé and it works pretty well. Just be sure and put a towel under your feet while you’re using it! (Ew!)

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