Reviewers all say the stone is smaller than expected. What are the dimensions?
Exfoliating Pumice Stone
Remove dry, rough skin with this exfoliating pumice stone for feet, heels, knees, and elbows. This useful tool will help you to eliminate corns and calluses from the bottom of your feet, so you can be ready for your next pedicure.
ITEM#: 14005299The Multi Colored Mini Pumice Stones are to be used to scrub away the dry rough skin such as the bottom of your feet, your heels, elbows or knees. Although a pumice stone is something basic, it is a very useful tool to smooth rough spots and dry areas.
- The Pumice Stone can effectively reduce corns and calluses
- Material: Stone
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Have only used it a couple of times so far. Disappointed at the size. Quality is good.Read More
I thought this would be a little larger. But for the size it works very well. After using, I apply vitamin E oil too my feet. My feet feel so soft. A good product.Read More
I use pumice stones for my feet and I buy them frequently. This one is an unusual colr and style- and I love it because it works well. It is uch smaller than I thought it would be- but it is a powerful stone. I would buy and recommend this to others.Read More
This is a little pumice stone with 2 colors but the textures seem very similar on both sides. In any case, I like the little band that goes around it for hanging it up, and it does its job of exfoliating my heels.Read More
it is nice and small...to hold and to concentrate on softer feet.Read More
I have had pumice stones that I've purchased in the store before, but this one is really impressive. This is truly a very strong stone along with being the right size to hold while you are working on your feet. I used it as soon as I received it and have to say I love it very much. I can tell it will last a long time. thank you Overstocked for carrying people's needs b***** from ArizonaRead More
good for every day use.good for professionals and home use.he ladies love it when you do their feet with this.Read More
This is such a tiny little thing, and it is not very textured. It is so lame I haven't even tried it yet. When i do, if it is by some kind of magic actually useful I will update this reviewRead More
Questions & Answers
Hello dedicateddogmom, per the customer reviews, this pumice stone is quite small. If you are looking for a larger pumice stone, please consider Item Numbers: 11188415 and 15057250. I hope this information is helpful. Thank you for shopping with us!
can this be used wet?
Yes, it can be used wet.
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