Canadian Pumice Stone by éco&éco
Natural Pumice Stone.
- Comes from the only canadian volcano (Mount Meager) which is located in British Columbia.
- These are extremely porous volcanic stones whose low-density allows them to float. The pumice stone is formed when a temperature of 500 to 600 degrees Celsius is reached. The expulsed lava cools very quickly and the drop in pressure causes an outgassing that creates bubbles, hence the stone's porosity and low density.
- They are composed of rhyolite, dacite or andesite fragments.
- Pumice stone has been in use since Roman times and is suitable for use on the hands, elbows, soles of feet and heels.
- Please note: Due to the natural composition of the product, size and shape of each pumice stone will be unique
Gently massage rough skin and calluses with stone for several minutes in the bath or shower. Use a little soap or bath gel to reduce friction.
Be sure to hang dry or in an area that allow it to completely dry inbetween uses. Rinse your pumice stone well after each use.
Remember it is a stone, and therefore, has the weight of one. Be careful not to drop it as it could hurt or damage shower/tub bases.
All éco&éco products are never tested on animals.
Low Waste Tips
This pumice stone comes with no handles or additional plastic. They are very light and easily held in your hand.
You can sanitize your pumice stone by boiling it in water for 5 minutes. You can also use one of your old bamboo toothbrushes with soap and give it a good wash before. This will help extend the life of the pumice stone and eliminate any bateria.
Ready to Toss? Wait, after cleaning you could use it as
A tool to remove fabric pills
It can make a beautiful accessory or rock in your garden!
These natural stones look beautiful in any bathroom.
They are natural and gentle enough for anyone to use.