Directions For Use:
1. Soak Your Feet or Skin: Before using the pumice stone, soak the area you intend to treat in warm water for at least 5-10 minutes. This softens the skin, making it easier to exfoliate.
2. Wet the Pumice Stone: Wet the pumice stone under running water to soften it slightly. This prevents the stone from causing any abrasion on the skin.
3. Gently Rub the Pumice Stone: Use gentle, circular motions to rub the pumice stone over the rough or calloused areas. Apply light to moderate pressure, and avoid using excessive force to prevent skin irritation or damage.
4. Focus on Problem Areas: Concentrate on areas with thicker skin, such as heels, elbows, or knees. If you are using the pumice stone on your feet, pay extra attention to areas with calluses or rough patches.
5. Rinse and Repeat: Periodically rinse the pumice stone and check your progress. Continue rubbing and rinsing until you achieve the desired level of smoothness. Be patient, and avoid overworking one area.
6. Dry and Moisturize: After using the pumice stone, pat the skin dry with a towel. Apply a moisturizer to keep the skin hydrated and prevent it from becoming overly dry.
7. Clean the Pumice Stone: Rinse the pumice stone thoroughly under running water after each use. You can also use a mild soap and a brush to clean it. Allow the stone to air-dry completely before storing it.
8. Store Properly: Store the pumice stone in a dry place to prevent the growth of bacteria. Avoid leaving it in water for extended periods.
9. Frequency of Use: Use the pumice stone once or twice a week to maintain smooth skin. Overusing it may lead to irritation or thinning of the skin.
Note: If you have diabetes or any medical condition affecting your feet or skin, consult with a healthcare professional before using a pumice stone. Additionally, discontinue use if you experience any pain, redness, or irritation.