I’ve never been one to pay close attention to the well-being and care of my feet but as I get older, that probably isn’t a good thing because it’s not good to have all that dead skin on my feet and not do anything about it. Not everyone has the time and budget to go for regular pedicures so home care is an affordable option. What better way to take care of our long suffering and overworked feet than to get a Pink Limited Edition Scholl Velvet Smooth Express Pedi and support a very worthy cause such as Breast Cancer Awareness at the same time.
With every pink limited edition Scholl Velvet Smooth Express Pedi sold from 1st October 2015 to 15th November 2015, Scholl Malaysia will donate RM10 to Breast Cancer Welfare Association Malaysia (BCWA). As an effort to extend the publicity on Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October this year, the limited edition electronic foot file can be purchased in all Guardian stores from October onwards.
Founded in 1986, BCWA was the brainchild of medical specialists who recognised the need for peer support for women with breast cancer. Its objectives include providing emotional, social and material support for the patients, as well as strengthening their capacity to manage day-to-day living during and after treatment. Beyond helping the patients, BCWA also strives to educate the public on health issues, including guidance for early detection of breast cancer.
The pink hue of the limited edition foot file, which is in line with the official colour of the breast cancer awareness movement, is aimed at attracting women’s interest and bringing their attention towards breast cancer. The Scholl Velvet Smooth Express Pedi is the brand’s latest innovation to keep hard skin at bay. As an average person spends at least two to four hours a day on their feet, taking between 8,000 and 10,000 steps, hard skin and calluses may form easily. With the Scholl Velvet Smooth Express Pedi, professional removal of these unsightly problems can now be done effortlessly at home!
The roller surface on the electronic foot file is furnished with microgranulates that gently buffs and removes dry hard skin effortlessly. Within a single use, one can achieve results similar or even better than professional foot spa sessions. The device is simple and safe to use. It functions without any sharp blades, and is furnished with a safety stop that halts the filing as soon as too much pressure is applied on the skin.
Make sure feet are dry when you use this foot file as you get best results then. Scholl Velvet Smooth Express Pedi didn’t feel harsh and I handled it with ease. It felt like a lot of dead skin had been removed because the skin on my soles felt so much smoother afterwards.
Other features of the Scholl Velvet Smooth Express Pedi include an ergonomically-shaped soft touch handle, a MicraluminaTM roller head that can be easily removed to wash or replace, as well as gentle and effective rotating action. It is also battery-operated and can be easily slipped into any handbag or travelling suitcase, ensuring beautiful feet anytime, anywhere.
To lend your support for breast cancer welfare while giving your feet the pampering they deserve, visit Guardian stores to purchase the limited edition Scholl Velvet Smooth Express Pedi in pink (RM135.20 each) from 1st October 2015 onwards. The roller head refill packs, which contain two replacement roller heads, are sold separately at the retail price of RM52.30. Each roller head can be used for up to 12 treatments on both feet.
Product reviewed is a press sample.
I had a Happy Feet foot file with a tiny-weeny roller head and it died many years ago. I like how it removes dead skin from my heels as I can see lots of “shavings” trapped in the cover. When you use this device, does the dead skin fly around all over the place or there’s a cover to trap them ?
There’s no cover to trap them but no, the dead skin doesn’t fly all over the place – maybe I don’t have that much dead skin 🙂