How to Use a Coarse Exfoliator During a Pedicure

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A coarse exfoliator needs to be used in a very precise way, especially during a pedicure. Find out how to properly use a coarse exfoliator during a pedicure with help from a licensed nail technician in this free video clip.

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Hi everyone, my name is Joi, licensed nail technician, and I'm gonna show you all how to use a coarse exfoliator during your pedicure so only thing we're going to be using is actually the exfoliator which is also known as a pumice stone. You can get this from a convenience store, you can get this from your local beauty supply store, very easy to find and very inexpensive so what you want to actually do is you only want to use this on your heels and on the bottom of your feet. You don't want to use it on your toes because the skin there is a little bit thinner and a little bit more sensitive so you want to take this and when you get to the point in your pedicure that you're using the coarse exfoliator you will have already soaked your feet and done all of your filing and buffing so the skin is actually softened for you and ready so you'll take it and you'll just gently go at the bottom of the heel. I'm gonna go in one direction, removing any dead skin, okay, and be very gentle with this as I said it is course so you don't want to hurt yourself. You can also use it if you have any dead skin or calluses underneath the balls of your feet or underneath basically any area underneath the feet and again using it in one direction. When you're finished you will have a little bit of skin that could possibly be raised or flaking off and you just want to go ahead and rinse your feet again. After you do that you'll have nice smooth feet so go and try this, be very careful with the coarse exfoliator, and thank you all for watching I hope this was helpful to you, my name is Joi.

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