I’m a member of a pretty cool site called Crowdtap, which I signed up for about a month ago. I recently posted a whole write-up on what they’re all about, including tips on getting some GREAT PRODUCTS in exchange for input and honest feedback. The first product I got was Secret Clinical Strength (sample size) which I already reviewed here. The second product they sent me was the Amope Pedi Perfect Wet and Dry Rechargeable Foot File, which retails for almost SEVENTY FRICKEN BUCKS! Amazon currently has it for almost $60.00.
Prior to getting the Amope Wet&Dry, I did a little bit of research, and found that it gets really good reviews. I also mentioned to a few people that I’d be getting one as a part of a crowdtap campaign, and several of those people were familiar with this product – though I knew nothing about this particular product (and really didn’t know a whole lot about Amope either).
When the Amope Wet&Dry arrived on my doorstep, I was excited to give it a whirl. My feet NEEDED some serious help, especially cuz it’s wintertime. I’m not sure about you, but during the winter months, my feet are especially dry and tend to be cracked and just icky in general. I should take better care of my feet, because I suffer from chronic pain, which could be better managed if I did small things every day like use the Amope Pedi Perfect. It’s funny that I didn’t pay a whole lot of attention to my feet prior to getting the Amope, but now, I am. In fact, I’ve incorporated it into my routine – by using it daily, my feet continue to look and feel better. And using it has encouraged me to be consistent with moisturizing my feet, so it’s really a win-win!
As part of the campaign with crowdtap, I was asked to submit a review on amazon.com where I gave it 5 stars. The only thing that sucks is that you’ve gotta buy refill cartridges, which are a bit pricey at about $18.00 for a two-pack. The original foot file I got with mine is still going strong, and that’s after well over a week of use. I don’t foresee it needing to be changed anytime soon, though I’m planning on getting a few refills to have on hand, that way I don’t have to worry about whether or not I’ve got the proper tools to care for my feet!
Here’s a Before and After picture collage I created to submit to crowdtap. I see and feel the difference, and that’s pretty awesome!
An interesting little tidbit of information that I recently discovered is that Amope is owned by Reckitt Benckiser, which is the company that makes Suboxone for opiate addiction (which honestly saves lives, so don’t knock it unless you’ve been down that path).
I give the Amope Pedi Perfect 5 out of 5 budget beauty stars! My feet look and feel smooth, and I’ve been paying a lot more attention to how well I take care of them. Do you have an Amope Pedi Perfect? Tell me all about it in the comments section! And don’t forget to sign up for Crowdtap to receive great stuff! Trust me, you’ll be glad you did!