A woman’s feet can play a starring role in the romance department this Valentine’s Day, whether it’s playing footsie, sensual massage or simply canoodling in bed. Yet, a new national survey reveals Canadian women tiptoe timidly around flirting with their feet and toes and are not using them to their full, fun potential!
To help Canadian women get more ‘a-flirt-ive’ and show their feet some love, Amopé – a complete line of foot and nail care products designed to inspire and help women look and feel confident with every step – has created an entirely NEW Electronic Nail Care System and released an original Amopé Survey by Angus Reid.
The Survey reveals some fun facts:
– Only 6% of women use their feet for romantic play;
– Only 5% of women say feet play a starring role in intimate encounters compared to 10% of men;
– 30% of Maritimers say their feet play a role when cuddling on the couch compared to only 17% of Quebecers;
– 29% of Albertans feel comfortable with their partner sucking their toes, the highest of all provinces, compared to only 17% on Manitobans, the lowest of all provinces;
– 43% of Canadians agree that romantic foot massage is a ‘way to the heart.’
This Valentine’s Day, Amopé encourages Canadian women to show their toes some love with the NEW Amopé Pedi Perfect Electronic Nail Care System ($44.97 to $59.99). The pedi kit creates natural looking, shiny nails in three easy steps with three different fittings used for filing, buffing and shining both toe and finger nails!
Available at major Canadian retailers including Shoppers Drug Mart, Rexall, Loblaws, Jean Coutu, Uniprix, Familiprix and Walmart Quebec. Refills sold separately ($17.99 to $19.99). For more info visit www.amope.ca @AmopeCanada