Only use Callus Peel for callused or dry areas. If patches are used on normal skin some clients may develop blemishes.
Yes you can – just follow the four easy steps.
Do we need to know any special technique for the callus Peel treatment? Is it hard to ‘peel’ off or buff away the calluses on your feet?
No, there are only four easy steps to follow, Patch & Wrap, Peel, File and Moisturize. Once you have tried it you will see how easy it is. The calluses gently peel off and buff away without any force at all.
No, it doesn’t hurt at all. On the contrary, it feels like you are receiving a reflexology treatment. It will only hurt if you have cuts on you skin – please read the warning and directions thoroughly before use.
It takes only 15 minutes – 10 minutes for the patches to soften the skin and 5 minutes for the rest of the treatment. The clients could get a manicure, hand massage or facial while waiting.
We recommend using Callus Peel every 2 weeks although results are seen after the first treatment.
Yes, it is hygienic due to the fact that the Callus Peel Skin Softener is individually packaged, the Scraper can be sterilized and the Foot File has replaceable pads.
Yes it certainly is. Callus Peel uses cosmetic ingredients only, furthermore they are mostly natural products. The Scraper is made of plastic and not a metal blade for safe removal of the treated skin.
Aqua, Glycerin, Nonoxynol-12, Carbomer, Ethanol, Sodium Hydroxide, Tataric Acid, Lactic Acid, Pyroglutamic Acid, Ethoxy Diglycol.
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Pressure applied to the feet over time causes the skin to harden and calluses appear.
It is almost the same principle as face peels, using AHA products. If we can have face peels why not have foot peels.