Get rid of dryness, cracks, dead skin, calluses, and corns in the most natural way without visiting expensive nail salons
As a natural stone of volcanic origin, pumice’s healing properties have been prized by healers since ancient times. Today medical cosmetology recommends the use of natural pumices for exfoliating the skin, giving your body health and beauty.
Color, size, and texture will vary from stone to stone due to the natural formation of pumice.
Soak your feet
Soak your feet or other areas of callused skin in warm water, optionally adding sea salt or 1-2 drops of Lavender or Jasmine essential oil. Better to use in a shower/bath or after showering.
Treat yourself and your family to the gift of healthy, soft, and flawless skin
Pumice Stones massage and stimulate blood flow, relieve fatigue, and promote relaxation. With regular use, your skin will become baby smooth and soft like after SPA treatments.
- For hygienic purposes, do not share previously used pumice stones with others
- Do not use on delicate, inflamed skin, or open wounds
- It is optimal to conduct a pedicure at home 3-4 times a month
How to care for a scrubber stone
- After use, thoroughly rinse the pumice stone with soap and water (especially natural ones)
- Allow it to dry to avoid bacterial growth
- Replace your pummus stone if it’s showing signs of wear and tear
📌 How to use a pumice stone
1. Soak your feet or other area of callused skin in warm water, optionally adding sea salt or 1-2 drops of Lavender or Jasmine essential oil.
2. Dampen the pumice stone in the same water for ease of use.
3. For the heels, palms, and feet, gently rub the pumice stone in soft circular motion.
4. After cleansing, rinse your body with cool water.
5. Apply a soothing lotion.
📌 How to care for a pumice stone
- After use, thoroughly rinse the pumice stone with soap and water.
- Allow it to dry.
- Replace your pumice stone if it’s showing signs of wear and tear.