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“What a cute little product! It's also really easy to use in the shower. Thank you so much for offering it!”
—S.J., Texarkana, TX
“I love my personal pumi bar! It's small and easy to use and reforms nicely after use. It's also a lot more comfortable than other pumice stones I've tried.”
—J.D., Trenton, NJ
“This is by far the best pumice tool I have ever used. It's abrasive but not too abrasive, lightweight and easy to handle, and lasts for a good long time. Great product! Thanks!”
—V.M., Cincinnati, OH
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Helps Address Corns, Calluses & Dry Skin
This 5” foot-shaped personal pumi bar offers you a safe, gentle, and cost-effective way to remove corns, calluses, and dry skin. It is made with real pumice, which allows the bar to reform after each use, keeping the bar itself clean, fresh, and ready for the next use.
Less Abrasive Than Conventional Pumice Stones
This pumi bar is designed to be a less abrasive alternative to conventional pumice stones or callus files. This helpful foot health tool works well in combination with Dr. Swaim’s Medicated Body and Foot Powder and Medicated Foot Cream.
How to Use the Personal Pumi Bar
To use this pumi bar, simply apply soap and warm water to the bar and/or the area(s) to be cleaned and (using circular motions) gently rub the bar over your skin to remove dry or callused skin. Rinse the bar under warm water after each use. Each personal pumi bar comes with its own set of instructions. The manufacturer recommends using this foot-shaped pumi bar 3 to 5 times per week to help maintain proper skin health.
Note: Avoid using this product if you have poor foot circulation, diabetes, or skin irritation.
The personal pumi bar comes in one size and is 5” long and 3/4” thick.
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