Don't forget to include your feet when it comes to personal grooming tools!
A callus is a thickening of the skin that occurs in response to excessive, repeated rubbing friction over the skin. Calluses are similar to corns, but calluses occur when abnormal forces are exerted over a larger area. Certain deformities of the feet, such as crookedness of the toes may predispose someone to the development of calluses. But the most common place for calluses is the heel of the foot. Once dry and cracked, it can be painful to walk on and may require immediate attention. Calluses may cause pain, typically in the form of a burning sensation. Excessive weight bearing and certain types of shoes are often contributing factors. This is why keeping calluses under control on a regular basis is important. Not only are they unsightly, but they can hinder your activities of daily living if they cause pain. Tending to them on a daily basis is imperative to keeping them under control and allowing you to put focus on the things that really matter.
- Ergonomic handle design
- Coarse abrasive stainless steel side
- Fine abrasive stainless steel side
- Honey combed etching
Why you will love this callus reducer:
- Coarse abrasive side reduces the callus
- Fine abrasive side smooths out the callus in all directions
- Rough skin becomes softer and smoother when used daily
How to Use:
Use the reducer after a shower or bath to allow softening of the callus for better removal but it can be used on dry skin as well. When used daily, rough skin will become softer and smoother. For lightly calloused feet use at least twice a week. For heavily calloused feet, use everyday.
- Allie aromathérapie et hydratation
- Pain de savon artisanal
- Design unique
- Fait à la main au Québec
- 100% naturel
- Zéro Déchet
Huile essentielle biologique 100% pure et naturelle certifiée:
- Biologique Canada