Products & Application
Soften callus quickly.
Wet tissue type.
Hygienic individual package.
How to use :
Apply Callus Peel on the area of
callus and wrap for 15 min.
4 Pads / 28ml.
A plastic tool to scrape callus.
Designed for comfortable grip.
Easy to peel off callus.
How to use :
Scrape the callus gently off
the affected area.
Safely designed plastic tool.
A plastic tool to polish the callus after softening and scraping the skin surface. Designed for comfortable grip and high efficiency.
How to use :
After scraping callus, polish the
Use other side for smooth finish.
Moisturize and soften.
All day long moisturizing.
How to use :
Apply to the area evenly and rub.
100g / 3.52oz
File Replacements, #100
Replacement adhesive coarse sand for foot file.
How to use :
Remove the protective sheet and apply adhesive layer to the file.
Use other side of file to smooth.
Skin Softener Liquid 100ml
For additional use, in case of larger feet or to use in any other callused area of the body such the elbow. For a smaller area, cut the dry patch as required, soak in callus liquid and apply to the required area.
These patches can be used to treat additional callused
areas. If the feet are larger and there is more area to cover, or to use in any part of the body such as the elbows, cut the dry patch to the required size and wet the patch with the callus softener liquid and apply. We recommend 7ml skin softener liquid for one dry patch area and hence if you cut into small pieces, use less Callus Peel liquid in proportion.
- Table with towels where client can lay comfortably on their front.
- Callus Peel – 4 piece packet.
- Foot file.
- Moisturising cream.
- White surgical gloves to cover hands of therapist.
- Antibacterial gel, to wash hands after the procedure.
- Antiseptic liquid to sterilise equipment such as scraper and foot file.
- Dry cloth to clean the feet.
- Film to wrap the feet.
- Scissors may be required to cut the plastic film.
- Dry Callus Peel patches.
- Callus Peel liquid.
HOW TO USE
- Explain the procedure to the customer in simple language.
- Before starting the procedure, inspect the feet for any previous history of diabetics, skin allergies or wounds in the feet. If any are found, treatment should not proceed as bleeding may occur. Instead, advise the client to allow such wounds to heal.
- Ask the client to lay on their front on a smooth and comfortable surface or table, with the feet off the end of the table.
- Provide an ambience of suitable lighting and meditation music that will relax the client.
- Ensure feet are clean and dry.
- Wear disposable gloves.
- Apply Callus Peel on the feet, starting from the tip of the toes and the ball of the foot. If more patches are required to cover the sides of the foot or other areas, apply dry Callus Peel patches soaked in the Callus Peel liquid.
- Wrap the feet with plastic film and wait for 15 or more minutes, depending upon the thickness of the callus.
- Unwrap the plastic film, remove the softening pads from the first foot, dispose of in a waste bin safely. Repeat on the second foot.
- Peel off callus with the plastic scraper tool provided.
- File the skin with the foot file ( Plastic tool with comfortable grip which makes the callus peel off easily).
- Clean foot with dry cloth.
- Apply moisturising cream as the final touch.
- Therapist may wash hands with antibacterial liquid for best hygiene practices.
- Sterilize non disposable tools such as the scraper and the foot file in antiseptic.
FAQs for Therapists.
1.If Callus Peel is applied to areas of the skin where there is no callus, are there any side effect?
No side effects at all, but sometimes there is a little reddening of the skin.
2.How long do the patches need to stay on the foot before scraping?
15-20 minutes, if the callus is small. However if the callus is very thick, 30-40 minutes are recommended to soften the callus. Please note that this is an important process, and to remove all of a thick callus you will need to repeat the process more than once. A callus accumulated over years, cannot be removed in one day, it will need repeated treatment.
3.What will happen if the foot has any cuts or wounds?
If the Callus Peel liquid comes into contact with cuts or wounds, such as cracked heels, there will be a burning sensation, as these wounds allow entry to the deeper layers of the flesh and the client will feel discomfort and sensitivity. Due to this the callus cannot be scraped from that area and the callus removed in full on first treatment. In such a situation, the client should be advised to use cracked feet repair cream to heal the cracked feet and then use Orange Callus Peel. The treatment may need to be repeated 3-4 times, after removing the majority of the callus, focusing the callus patches first in the area where there is no wound.
1. User should avoid manual contact with softener liquid – recommend using protective surgical gloves.
2. Avoid using on blemishes, pimples or other irritated skin.
3. Avoid using if skin becomes red, swollen or itchy.
4. Avoid contact with the eyes. If product gets into eyes, flush thoroughly with water.
5. Keep away from children.
6. Only apply to callused area.
FAQ for Customer:
1. Why do calluses form?
Calluses are hard, rough areas of skin that are often yellowish in colour. They can develop on the feet – usually around the heel area or on the skin under the ball of the foot, palms of the hands and knuckles and on elbows. Activities that put repeated pressure on the foot, such as running or walking barefoot, can also cause calluses to form.
2.How often should the callus be removed?
Preferably every month.
3.Is it safe?
Yes. It certainly is. Callus Peel uses natural cosmetic ingredients only.
4.Any Side Effects?
Callus Peel works only on the callused area. If you get traces of it on normal skin, it is unlikely to harm you.
5.How long will It take?
15-25 minutes, depending on the thickness of the calluses.
6. What other areas can Callus Peel be used on?
Thickened skin on the elbows can be treated.
7.How can I protect my feet on a day to day basis?
Wash them thoroughly and use a urea-based moisturisingcream.
8.What happens if calluses are not removed?
If calluses are not removed, they will gradually thicken up and can also become a significant problem with ulceration.