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July 29 2014

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Power to the Pedi

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I have finally resigned my feet to boots and, in doing so, have become totally unprepared for the quick beach getaway I’m taking over the Thanksgiving holiday. To get everything back into open-toed-shoe shape, I broke out the big gun: Clarisonic’s latest addition to the sonic-power family, the Pedi. This device, although it looks similar to the version designed for your face, should never be used to exfoliate your complexion. The motor on this model is far more powerful, and the oscillations more intense, in order to treat tough calluses. The system also comes with two heads (a metal smoothing disc meant to be used on dry skin) and a buffer (complete with short and long bristles, for a deeper cleanse). Used in conjunction with the three products included in the kit—a scrub (laced with lactic acid and a tri-fruit complex to dissolve rough spots), a peel (used twice a week to refine your skin’s texture via a combo of glycolic and lactic acids), and a balm (containing soothing shea butter, honey, and apricot oil)—this brush is guaranteed make your pumice stone look almost prehistoric.

$199, www.sephora.com

Photo: Courtesy of Clarisonic

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