Wednesday, 1 October 2014
Review | Emjoi MICRO Nail Electric Polisher
Emjoi MICRO Nail Electric Polisher* £39.99
I love beauty but I also love a gadget, so if you combine the two I'm pretty much guaranteed to be interested! At a recent press launch I was asked if I was interested in trying out a new nail product that was at the time embargoed and of course I said yes. I had to be blindfolded whilst the product was used on me but when I took the blindfold off I was genuinely shocked and impressed at the results. Fast forward a couple of weeks and I'm now the proud owner of the new MICRO Nail Electric Polisher and I'm a tad in love with it.
The MICRO Nail Electric Polisher is a battery powered tool that buffs and shines nails in minutes with it's rotating mineral rollers. The first step is to use the green roller to smooth the nail and buff away ridges, then use the white roller to give your nails a natural shine. All you have to do is move the tool over the nail for a couple of seconds and you'll see the results instantly. It's recommended to use the green smoothing roller every two weeks and the white shine roller as often as you like.
This might seem like a bit of an unnecessary thing to some people, but this is seriously one of my favourite launches of the year. If you don't like to wear nail polish or even wear it all the time then this is something worth picking up. It removes staining, smooths ridges and grooves, leaves nails shiny and glossy as well as working to prolong nail polish.
It takes less than five minutes to use both rollers on my nails and it's so nice to use something that has instant results. I don't typically like bare nails but I'll happily go without polish after using this.
I think it's a product for everyone and definitely one to pick up or add to your Christmas list! It's a super quick and easy way to do a bit of nail care.
The Emjoi MICRO Nail Electric Polisher costs £39.99 here and a pack of 4 replacement rollers costs £12.99. I've been using the Polisher for about 6 weeks and haven't need to replace my first set of rollers yet so they definitely last a long time.
Would you try an Electric Polisher?
*pr sample, review 100% honest as always