Pumice Stone is an effective and easy way to soften calluses. Stone effectively removes dead skin of the heels and elbows, for example.
Pumice is formed when lava and water mix. It is a light but abrasive stone used to remove dry, dead skin.
How to use:
First, soften the skin by soaking it in water. You can add soap to the water. Also moisten the pumice stone in warm water. Never use dry pumice stone on your skin. Wet pumice slides easily over your skin and reduces the risk of injury.
Dry with a rag with a towel. If your skin is still rough, soak for a few more minutes before patting the skin dry. Remove the pumice stone from the warm water and rub the pumice stone on your skin in a circular motion with light pressure. Rub your skin for two or three minutes. If your skin starts to feel sensitive or sore, stop right away because you are probably using too much pressure. Go through dry and hardened skin areas.
Continue rubbing with pumice stone until you have removed the dead skin. Rinse the skin and if you still see patches of dead skin, repeat this process.
Rinse the pumice stone after each use to keep the surface clean. You can repeat this process daily or a few times a week to maintain soft, supple skin.
Dimensions (LxWxH): 5 x 15 x 2 cm.