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What is Natural Pumice Stone?

Updated: Dec 28, 2020

Pumice is created when hot lava cools so quickly that the process traps gas bubbles in the hardening material, resulting in a porous and abrasive stone perfect for sloughing away dry skin.

To use a pumice stone, soften the calloused skin in warm water, wet the stone, then gently rub the stone over the area using circular motions until you remove the dead skin. In addition to its primary purpose exfoliating skin, you can also use pumice to remove hair

Exfoliating With a Pumice Stone
  • Soak your calloused skin in warm water.

  • Wait until your dry skin has softened.

  • Wet the stone. Pro Tip: You especially want to remove calluses from your heels during the summertime when you'll be wearing sandals.

  • Rub it gently over the calloused area.

  • Rinse and repeat.

  • Dry and moisturize your skin.

Caring for a Pumice Stone

  • Scrub it after use.

  • Allow it to completely dry out.

  • Boil it if necessary.

  • Replace the stone when it wears down.


  • After you finish smoothing your feet and putting lotion put socks on to contain the moisture. It will make your feet much smoother.

  • Use a pumice stone at least once a month to stop rough skin from coming back, use more so if you are on your feet a lot or wear shoes that make your feet hurt.

  • You can also use a pumice stone to remove clothing pills by simple rubbing it over the piece of clothing gently.


Do not rub the pumice stone too hard on your skin, it may cause skin tears that can become infected.A pumice stone is not recommended for use on facial skin because this skin is delicate and using a pumice stone may cause it to redden and even break.

Where can I buy a pumice stone?

You can find them at any drug store or beauty supply store. They are typically found in the personal care or bath products section, near the loofas, sponges, and nail brushes. Now, you can buy from our online store in or

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