Silk’n Pedi vs Amope

Compare what is it? Silk’n Pedi vs Amope

What is Silk’n Pedi?
The Silk’n Pedi is your at-home beauty secret to having smooth, touchable feet right at your fingertips. Silk’n Pedi is a pedicure system that easily, effectively, and safely removes callused skin from the feet to give you a smooth and thorough pedicure within the comforts of your own home. Getting a pedicure at a salon may expose you to unsanitary tools, but the Silk’n Pedi is personal and therefore a safer alternative. It promises to give a free and sanitary solution for smooth feet in a matter of few minutes.

What is Amope?
Amope is an electronic pedicure foot file and callus remover. It is easy to use and gentle to use. The Amope Pedi Perfect Pedicure buffs away hard skin in minutes to reveal beautiful feet.


Compare how does it work? Silk’n Pedi vs Amope

How does Silk’n Pedi work?
The battery operated Silk’n Pedi uses two rollers to remove dry callused skin. One with coarse grain for hard to treat areas like dry, callused skin and the other is a polishing fine grain roller for sensitive areas that smoothens feet and cracks.

How does Amope work?
The Amope is specially designed with a Micralumina roller head to quickly and easily remove tough, lifeless skin by exfoliating the foot through a gentle and safe rotating action. This foot file contains no sharp blades, so it’s safe to use as directed, and it has an ergonomically shaped head for easy handling.


Compare what to expect? Silk’n Pedi vs Amope

What to expect from Silk’n Pedi?
With Silk’n Pedi, one can expect smooth and beautiful feet in a hassle-free and sanitary manner in a few minutes, all within the comfort of your own home.

What to expect from Amope?
With Amope one can expect feet that look great and feel silky smooth and soft without any hassle.


Compare features? Silk’n Pedi vs Amope

Silk’n Pedi
• Portable and compact
• Treat your feet in the privacy of your own home
• More sanitary than pedicure treatments
• Includes different rollers for tough or sensitive areas

• Gently and effectively buffs away rough, dry, hard and calloused skin in seconds
• Refillable roller spins 360 degrees for quick results
• Safe for removal of hard skin from your feet at home
• Specially designed Micralumina replaceable head with micro-abrasive particle for continuous
filing results


Compare Settings? Silk’n Pedi vs Amope

Silk’n Pedi
Silk’n Pedi has two settings, one with coarse grain roller to treat hard to treat areas and the other is a polishing roller with fine grains for sensitive areas.

Amope is designed to remove hard skin for smooth results after just one use. The Micralumina roller surface with microabrasive particles works gently to remove dead skin and leave you with smooth feet.


Compare Price? Silk’n Pedi vs Amope

Silk’n Pedi is priced at $16.95

Amope is priced at $30.03


Compare what do I get? Silk’n Pedi vs Amope

What do I get with Silk’n Pedi?
• Silk’n Pedi device with protective lid
• One rough grain turquoise roller head
• One fine grain purple roller head
• One little brush for cleaning your rollers after use
• 2 AA batteries
• A user manual

What do I get with Amope?
• Amope Pedi Perfect
• One roller
• 2 AA batteries


Compare REVIEW: Silk’n Pedi vs Amope

Silk’n Pedi Review

Amber Gordon in her Silk’n Pedi review says that he is content with the product but not thoroughly satisfied. She says that although it does smoothen the rough patches and cracks but she has noticed that her feet seems even drier than before. She believes that soaking feet in coconut oil every night and wearing socks while sleeping is the only solution to remove callouses, rough spots and cracks. To attain maximum results, S emphasizes to use Silk’n Pedi every day.

Nicole Reid in her Silk’n Pedi review express her regret in purchasing the product as it has not done any good to her feet.

Danny Anderson in his Silk’n Pedi review says that his wife has found the device to be very effective in terms of using and holding it. Proper planning before usage reduces wastage considerably. Out of all the methods she has used in the past, she finds Silk’n Pedi as the best. Moreover it was her first ever electronic appliance. She further adds that it is very easy to clean and maintain and suffices her requirements. Now all she’s looking for is the replacement rollers but she is not sure as to how much will they cost her.

Anita Hayes in her Silk’n Pedi review expresses delight over her purchase. It takes only a few minutes to assemble the device and use it unlike her earlier pedi egg that would take hours. However the only disadvantage is that it has no compartment thereby creating a huge mess.


Amope Review

Alexis Brown in her Amope review says that she has used multiple tools to soften the bottoms of her feet. At first she was very excited to use Amope but soon started to feel disappointed. She complains that if you apply too much pressure on the feet while using it, the device stutters and stops rotating. Moreover it is not a fully powered corded version and the battery dies rather quickly. She prefers to continue using her workhorse OPI foot file.

Joanna Burke in her Amope review says that the device works but not as effectively as she had imagined. It smoothens the calloused feet to create a hard-soft surface but not completely smooth. She thinks maybe regular use can might have the desired effect but she isn’t quite sure about that. She also warns about the fumes edited by the device. Finally Joanna admits that she will continue using Amope but won’t recommend it to anyone.

Lara Wilson in her Amope reviews expresses her disappointment by saying that one has to sit holding the device for a very long time. She got very bored using it and to make matters worse, it ended up giving a regular foot file and nothing more.

Paula Thompson in her Amope review warns that the device is useful only for those suffering from mild to moderate feet issues. However for those suffering from very hard, calloused feet, like herself, Amope only worked well in collecting the waste and hence the Amope was good but could do much better.

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