Nash & Jones- Lava Froth Bar
About this product
Made from porous lava, formed by volcanic activity, lava stones provide a natural abrasive texture without being too harsh on your skin. Regular use of the pumice stone will reveal healthier, softer skin underneath. It works best for exfoliating tough skin, like on your feet. It is a gradual process, not an all-in-one-day event.
1. Wet your skin. If you’re removing hard skin on your heels, a callus, or a wart, soak the area for 5 to 10 minutes first to soften it. Only use a pumice stone with water and never use it on a sunburn, open wound, or cut. 2. Wet the pumice and rub it against your skin using light, short strokes in the same direction without causing pain. Don’t press too hard, or you might cause redness or irritation. 3. Dry the area. 4. Apply moisturizer to keep your skin soft and smooth. 5. Repeat daily as necessary. 6. Soak your pumice stone in an antibacterial solution once or twice a week to control germs