[ad_1] Foot files, foot wands and pedicure rasps are all implements used to smooth away calluses and hard dry skin on the heels or soles of the feet. Types of Foot File They come in all shapes and sizes but the most popular ones come with a coarse (80 grit) surface and medium (120 grit) work surface. Pedicure rasps have a metal ‘grater’ type surface and are generally more coarse than sandpaper types. The sand paper type are the preferred choice for Podiatrists and Pedicurists as opposed to using the more traditional pumice stone because they are easier to use. Most Podiatrists do not like patients using the metal ‘scraper’.
[ad_1] So you’ve heard about this pedicure thing and aren’t sure what it really is. If you are anything like I was you might think a pedicure is just getting your toenails painted! Well, that may or may not be part of the pedicure package you choose but it is not a pedicure in and of itself. In fact, unless you choose that option, it may not be a part of your pedicure at all. A pedicure needs to be part of your overall foot care regimen. In fact, it is probably the most important parts of your foot care program! A typical pedicure, depending on what shape your feet.
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