Pumice Stone: Briefly soak skin in warm, sudsy water. Wet stone and rub rough areas in a circular motion, applying light pressure. Rinse stone after use to remove residue. White powdery substances may appear on the stone due to water conditions in your area. This will not affect the stone and may be removed by rinsing in warm water.
Contour Toe File: Designed to reach skin between and around toes. Gently massage over calluses and dry patches. The coarse grit easily removes thick, rough skin.
Nail Brush: For best results, use warm, sudsy water to clean outer surfaces and difficult areas underneath nails. Clean brush after each use and allow to air dry.
Cuticle Pusher: Soak fingertips in warn water to render cuticle soft and pliable. Gently push cuticle back into a square shape with the blunt end of the cuticle pusher. The pointed end may be used to clean under the nail edge.
Toenail Clipper: To prevent cracking and breaking, toenails should be cut when wet. Place clipper along toenail edge, being careful not to cut nails shorter than tips of toes for maximum safety and control.
Callus Remover: Briefly soak callused areas in warm, sudsy water. Towel dry. Gently scrape dry, callused skin with metal surface, being careful not to rub too hard on the skin. Next, gently smooth rough edges with the back surface. Complete by applying your favorite skin lotion. Repeat as need to maintain soft, smooth skin.
Directions for Cleaning Callus Remover Tool: Remove metal residue receptacle by pressing thumb into depression and pushing away. Empty shavings, rinse and allow to air dry. Replace receptacle for next use.