Helps to remove hard skin learning it soft and supple
Pumice Stone Series
Pumice is a light, porous volcanic rock that formed during explosive eruptions. It resembles a sponge because consisting of a network of gas bubbles frozen amidst fragile volcanic glass and minerals. All types of magma (basalt, andesite, dacite, rhyolite) will form pumice.
Direction of Use
Soak skin in warm, bubble water briefly. Wet stone and rub rough areas in a circular motion, applying light pressure.
Use pumice stone to clean the difficult areas underneath the nail or toenail.
Don't rub too hard on the feet, in case of circulatory impairment, or diabetes, consult your physician prior to use.