How to Use a Pumice Stone for Soft Feet
Do you have dry, cracked heels or feet? Maybe it’s time to use a pumice stone for soft skin. Pumice stones are one of the best ways to remove calluses and hard skin from your feet. They can be used with soapy water in the shower or at home as a simple foot scrub. It only takes about five minutes and is an easy way to maintain healthy-looking feet!
What do you think? We could all use softer skins on our soles, right? Read this blog post now if you’re interested in learning how to use a pumice stone for smooth and soft feet.
How to scrub with a pumice stone
Do you know how to use a pumice stone? It’s really easy! Here are some tips for getting soft feet.
- Fill the bathtub with warm water and add a few drops of your favorite essential oil or bubble bath.
- Place the pumice stone in the tub near your toes, then submerge one foot at a time into the water and scrub away any calluses on your heel, ball of the foot, and around the toes using small circular motions. Use soap if desired for extra cleansing power. Rinse clean with warm water after each foot is soaking to remove any excess soap residue from the skin surface, so it doesn’t dry out too much while air-drying.
Use a pumice stone on cracked heels
I know that a lot of people don’t think they need to use a pumice stone. I remember when my husband told me he would buy one for his feet, and I asked, “Why would you do that?” He replied with something about how it’s better than using a grater on your feet. In any case, if you’ve been thinking of trying out this weird old-timey beauty routine – here are some tips from someone who’s had their fair share of cracked heels.
If you’re like me and your feet are rough and dry, using a pumice stone to soften them is the way to go. Just wet your feet and run the pumice stone over them in gentle circular motions. It should take off any dead skin or calluses that might be on your foot. Pumice stones can also work as an effective exfoliator for other body areas such as hands, knees, elbows, etc.
It’s important to note that it doesn’t matter if you use a natural or synthetic stone; they both work great! However, be sure not to scrub too hard because this can scrape off healthy skin cells, resulting in redness and irritation afterward.