Needed to get a new pumice stone so decided to try this one. I should have gone with my instincts on this one but [...] I made the purchase. The problem with this stone is that the makers have decided to paint it which makes it completely ineffective. The paint makes the stone too smooth and it doesn't even remove the lightest of callouses. Don't waste your money, instead look for a natural and unpainted pumice stone.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
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.