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2 Pcs Pumice Stone for Feet - Foot Scrub Callus Feet Hard Skin Remover Foot Scrubber Natural Skin Care Product for Dry Dead Hard Hands Body Foot Care

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  • 🍃 NATURAL & HEALTHY: Pumice is a kind of stone for formed when hot lava mixes with water and hardens. With a natural way, it remove dead skin softly and healthily
  • 🍃 PRACTICAL TOOL FOR FOOT MAINTENANCE : With its porous feature, it is perfect for sloughing away dry skin and keeping your feet pretty smooth. Say goodbye to those annoying calluses
  • 🍃 UNIQUE SHAPE FOR TOES : Unique water droplets shape makes it easy to reach in between toes
  • 🍃 MULTI-FUNCTION : In addition to its primary purpose exfoliating skin, you can also use pumice to remove hair, remove pills from fabric, and even clean your toilet
  • 🍃 TIP : Wet the stone and soften the calloused skin in warm water before using, and remember to dry the stone after every use

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Still annoyed by those stubborn calluses? Get one pumice stone then say goodbye to it easily!

Pumice is a kind of stone for formed when hot lava mixes with water and hardens, it is perfect for sloughing away dry skin. In addition to its primary purpose exfoliating skin, you can also use pumice to remove hair, remove pills from fabric, and even clean your toilet.

The Correct Use of a Pumice Stone

1, Soak the problem area for five to 10 minutes to soften the skin in warm, soapy water, then add 2-3 drops of baby oil for extra softening and moisturizing, if desired.

2, Dip the pumice stone in the warm, soapy water, then use the wet stone to rub areas of rough skin gently for 2-3 minutes. Use light pressure and circular motions to remove the outermost layer of dead skin cells. Stop immediately if your skin feels sensitive or sore.

3, Rinse the area thoroughly, then pat your skin dry with a soft towel. Don't rub because the freshly pumiced skin may be sensitive.

4, Massage a moisturizer such as a thick cream or vitamin E oil into the just-treated areas to return moisture to the skin.

5, Rinse the pumice stone in clear water, then store it in a dry location until the next time you use it.

Warning

Don't use a pumice stone on sore, red areas or open skin.

Stop immediately if your skin feels sensitive or sore.

Tips

To use a pumice stone, soften the calloused skin in warm water, wet the stone, and then gently rub the stone over the area using circular motions until you remove the dead skin. Remember to dry the stone after every using.

Add one or two drops of lavender, jasmine or sandalwood essential oil to the sudsy water to provide extra soothing and relaxation. For a rejuvenating soak, use one or two drops of peppermint oil.

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2 Pack Pumice Stone

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