Pumice stone is this volcanic stone usually used for hair removal, exfoliation, and whitening of some areas of your body.
The pumice stone is a volcanic stone of different shapes, which has useful properties for cleaning and multiple benefits for use in cosmetics and homes.
Pumice is a great ally of beauty and cleansing.
And best of all is that you can get it in the supermarket at good prices and use this volcanic stone from the comfort of your home.
What are the benefits of pumice stone?
- Skin exfoliation: This stone has abrasive properties that can be used to exfoliate the skin in areas like elbows, heels, and knees; also, you can find liquid or compact soaps made of powder of this stone. As it is used in the manufacture of oils and creams, among its most classic uses is to remove dead skin; the only thing you need to do is just rub the stone gently with a little water on your feet or area of your concerns, and you will notice how roughness is eliminated.
- Hair Removal: Pumice stone is used as a method of hair removal. One of its oldest uses is to mix this element with ointment or natural oils to remove hair. To do this, you just rub the stone against the skin with circular movements, leaving your skin soft and renewed.
- Remove pigmentation: This fabulous stone whitens dark areas of your body, such as stains in flexor areas such as armpits and elbows due to the constant hair removal with blades and exposure to certain products.
It is beneficial to use the pumice stone, as it helps to remove pigmented skin, giving way to the regeneration of new and much lighter dermis.
Remember to use a moisturizer in the area after you do this, and you will see instant results.
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Dr. Angelica Parra is a Licensed Medical Doctor from Venezuela and is currently taking a Master’s degree in Dermatology. She specialized in Aesthetic Medicine and completed Advanced Training in Non-surgical Facial Rejuvenation in Miami, Florida. She has specialized in applying Botox, dermal fillers, skin tightening treatments, and since then, she has worked on cruise ships as an Aesthetic Doctor.