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Win Pedi Protexx FREE and Save Your Pedicure this Summer!


Win Pedi Protexx FREE and
Save Your Pedicure this Summer!

painting your toenails for summerI can’t even begin to add up the amount of money I have you spent on pedicures only to have them smudge, chip, or smear them trying to leave the salon? Even when I do my own pedicure at home it can be easy to bump, scrape, or ruin my shiny toes!

how to do a pedicureReworking your nail polish or performing retouches is annoying and time consuming. With Pedi Protexx reworking and retouches practically disappear!

Pedi Protexx is revolutionary! This is a new product that protects your pedicure (wet toe nail polish) from the instant it is applied until it is dry!

You've paid well-earned money for a pedicure. You've enjoyed it, but now you don't have the time to wait to let it dry. So you put on the flip-flops and head out the door, only to bump your foot or drop your keys and smudge your perfect pedicure.

how to use nail polishPedi Protexx surrounds the foot with a protective shell large enough to prevent damage to the wet polish even if the foot bumps against something. The Pedi Protexx plastic hood slides on any flip-flop type sandal. The device stays in place due to the patented design that grabs the thong of the flip flop.

pedicure nail polish

One size fits most sandals. I had no problem attaching the Pedi Protexx to any of my sandals, and I have everything in my shoe closet from designer sandals to drugstore flip flops.

You can even walk or drive while wearing Pedi Protexx. They don’t get in the way and are comfortable to wear. Pedi Protexx is amazing!

For your chance to win Pedi Protexx leave a comment below!


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