Callus Peel - Callus removed just like orange peel!


A Callus Peel will soften hard calluses quickly, leaving your skin soft and clean. Calluses are caused by pressure being applied to the feet and over time this causes the skin to harden and become calluses.


A Callus Peel can only be used on the feet, treating the heels, soles or side of the big toe where callus appears.


The treatment takes around 20-25 minutes, starting with a skin softening patch which is wrapped around the affected area to soften the skin.  After the recommended time a special device is used to peel the dead skin away.  When this is all removed the area is polished with a file.  To complete the treatment Callus Peel moisturiser is used.


It is recommended that this treatment is carried out every 2-3 weeks to ensure results are maintained.  If the callus is extremely hard another treatment may be necessary within a few days.


This treatment is not uncomfortable, it is quite the opposite as it feels more like a reflexology treatment.


Callus Peel is not recommended on clients who are pregnant, have diabetes and those with psoriasis.  Below is a list of the main ingredients to enable you to obtain permission from your doctor if you have any doubts.


Aqua, Glycerin, Nonoxynol-12, Carbomer, Ethanol, Sodium Hydroxide, Tataric Acid, Lactic Acid, Pyroglutamic Acid, Ethoxy Diglycol.  Please note that we use AHA's (Alpha Hydroxy Acid) on our face so don't let these ingredients worry you!  Please also note that there are no side effects when using the Callus Peel.


If you would like a little extra pampering on your feet the Callus Peel Ultimate Pedicure is available.  This will begin with a Callus Peel treatment, followed by a full pedicure including foot soak, foot scrub, nail and cuticle tidy, massage and polish using OPI or Orly nail polish.