How to Use and Care for your Pumice Stone
Callus Removal: Remove thicker calluses gradually over time. Soak and lather well to soften skin. Using a wet pumice stone (recommended), scrub gently—increase pressure based on your comfort level. Make sure to remove all hanging/loose skin. Rinse often to slough away dead skin, pat dry and apply RipFix® to affected area.
Pumice Care: Handle with care as rocks can fracture if dropped. To unclog residue build-up, soak pumice in hot soapy water and scrub with a wire brush and rinse well. Allow pumice to air dry (or let the sun do it for you).
Caution: This pumice is exactly as found in nature. Some stones may contain sharp craters—always use with caution. Do not use on inflamed skin, rips, open wounds, or severe heel cracks as grit will irritate. Please note that stone may scratch porcelain and stainless steel.