Trying to live as naturally as possible took a lot of relearning! While reading books about natural living I would learn about natural versions of everything! Somehow I learned about natural pumice stones and could only find them to purchase in Spain! I kept those few little pieces protected for many years knowing they were difficult to find.
I was thrilled to find these wild pumice stones hand gathered by one person from a wild creek! In recent years, he has reported increased difficulty in being able to get to the creek because of encroaching landowners. I predict when these are gone it will be difficult to find more. Knowing this, I have several pieces in a pile above our shower that create a beautiful, natural, inspiring environment! Almost like showering outside! Hello! Happiness
Hand-gathered, sustainably-harvested wild pumice stone for natural skin care. Durable, well-kept stone can last years. Stones hand gathered from wild creek.
-many uses including bath, kitchen, workshop, art studio (gathered with natural skin care in mind)
-serious abrasive hand tool
-time honored way to file foot calluses
-most marketed pumice is crushed and reformed, compromising abrasion
-this is true grit: over time it can smooth the most difficult skin and restore healthy skin suppleness
-exactly as found in nature
-may scratch porcelain and stainless steel
-avoid use on inflamed skin; severe heal cracks
-may irritate sensitive/inflamed skin
DIRECTIONS: Soak to soften skin. Wet stone. Scrub gently, increasing pressure as needed. Rinse often to slough away dead skin- pumice works with liquid. Remove thicker calluses over time.
CARE: To unclog residue buildup, soak in hot soapy water. Scrub with wire brush, rinsing often. Handle with care; rocks can fracture if dropped. Dry in sun to purify.
CAUTIONS: Sharp craters on some. Use mindfully. It is exactly as found in nature, so no warranty can be made.