How to use
You can use this stone daily, but be careful not to remove too much skin, cause bleeding, or increase your risk of infection.
Soak your pumice stone in warm water - a wet pumice stone will glide across your skin easier, reducing the risk of injury.
Soak your dry, callused skin in warm water for 5 to 10 minutes. If using the pumice on your elbows or knees, complete this step in a warm bath or shower. Remove the target area from the soap bath and pat dry with a towel. Remove the pumice stone from the warm water and apply it to your skin.
Rub in a circular motion with light pressure for 2-3 minutes revealing your soft glowing skin underneath. If your skin begins to feel sensitive or sore, stop immediately. If you still see patches of dead skin, repeat this process. For pretty feet, focus your attention on your heels, the sides of your toes, and any other dry areas you recognize. After two to three minutes of light rubbing, rinse your skin. You can repeat this process daily or a few times a week to maintain soft, supple skin. When you’re finished, apply some of our moisturising body butter to your skin for extra glow and nourishment.
Meet the maker
Croll & Denecke
Croll & Denecke was established by Gustav Croll and Theodor Denecke in 1897 and makes wellness accessories harnessed from nature, in a responsible and environmentally-friendly way. Today, Peter and Nina Hankiewicz run the family enterprise, which is specialized in using raw natural materials for creating products used every day.