Callus Peel

A busy and active lifestyle can lead to a build-up of hard skin and calluses on the foot.

A Callus is an area of thickened, hard skin usually found over a bony area of your foot, on your heel or on the ball of your foot. It can range from being aesthetically displeasing to being so painful that it restricts your choice of footwear and activity.

The Callus Peel product will leave feet soft and feeling rejuvenated. It is applied to the problem areas, allowing calluses to be scraped away quickly. This four step treatment gives results that you can see right away. From arrival to leaving, the whole treatment will take no longer than 45 minutes in total and you will be amazed to see the difference Callus Peel can make. If the calluses are very extreme you may need a second treatment in a fortnight’s time or even a course of 3 treatments.

Callus Peel is safe & hygienic – each patch is wrapped individually and contains only natural products. The scraper to remove the calluses is made from plastic so “Blade Free”, there is no cutting of the skin.

·         A Callus Peel patch is wrapped around the area to be treated and held in place by wrapping with Cling Film

·         After approximately 10-15 minutes the wrapping and patch are removed, exposing the softened Keratin.  This is then scraped     away using a plastic tool especially designed for safe and easy use.

·         Once the bulk of the callus has been removed, the area is polished with a foot file.

·         A moisturising conditioner is then applied to the treated area to rejuvenate and deodorise the newly exposed skin.

The treatment of callus on the feet will vary according to the individual.  Both heels and soles may require treatment.  If the calluses are extreme you may need a second treatment in a fortnight’s time or even a course of 3 treatments.

Please note

This treatment cannot be undertaken if feet are cracked and bleeding (open wound), or if you have any infectious ailments e.g. athletes foot. Additionally, pregnant and diabetic clients are not able to have this treatment without the express written permission from their GP