callus rasp and file to dead skin removal
Effective already, but also purposeful?
Callus files and callus rasps are among the most popular foot care devices. This raises the question of whether this popularity is justified. However, one can also ask oneself whether it is even allowed to speak of "care" here without blushing?!
Hand on the heart: One looks nevertheless these devices times more exactly at. Simply times more closely to it go and with the finger times over it feel. With a callus rasp, that is sure, rust can be removed excellently from a bumper, but who wants then all seriousness its skin with it "care"?
If you want a "smooth" skin as a result of your foot care, if you want to "slide" your feet into your socks and not crawl, then you should think twice about using a callus rasp or similar. Around genuine foot care devices it acts with the conventional files and rasps probably rather not. However, you certainly have tools that perform all kinds of rough work through mechanical abrasion.
Who is surprised that despite this "care" you always have rough heels and pads? Runs in mind?
11 - 13 grooves at one stroke!
That is physics. Action equals reaction. It's impossible to rub smooth skin with an area of 15 cm and around 620 pressed-through metal points (yes, we counted!). How is that supposed to work? Of course it is the dead skin doesn't care, but the problem is the collateral damage, as politicians would say. One hits when rubbing with a callus rasp or file just with every treatment next to the dead skin or also underneath also the good skin and rubs this. At least 11-13 grooves on 2.5 cm width during up or down movement or around 52 grooves on 6 cm width during lateral movement! This number with every movement!
The adjacent picture shows a banana peel a few minutes after rubbing the peel with the callus rasp shown above, without much pressure and only once.
Who wants to care for his skin like that?
Even if you rub faster, the effect will of course remain the same. One is just faster with the treatment finished.
A callus file has the same system function as the callus rasp. The only difference: the number and height of the abrasive particles on the surface. "But my file is quite fine" so, or so similarly, one heard it already often. So what? It is not a good idea to override fundamental aspects by wishful thinking. The fact is:
If a grinder is to remove something, then this is only possible through coarse structures. The coarser the structure, the more effective the abrasion and the more serious the accompanying damage!
If you want to avoid rough skin as a side effect of your "care" in the future, you should look at the Mr. Fuss' alternatives.
Mr. Fuss and that anti-callous, anti-regrowth system have stood for many years for a gentle, but extremely efficient method for the dead skin removal. If you get started today, you can end the vicious cycle with rough or sharp tools tomorrow. To get started, we recommend: