The foot is divided into two areas. On the softer portion of the outer side stop machine is better not to apply, but the place with the rough skin (heel, inner part and outer corner of the thumb) will be fine for machining. It should be noted that there are a few rules to use the machine for a pedicure.
To start, take the device in hand so that you were comfortable, and the handle of the tool does not slip. All fingers should encircle the machine, and that's great to be free - it will act as a regulator of the degree of pressure, and also to specify the direction of motion.
Attach the blades of the machine to the treated area of the foot and start movement in the direction from top to bottom. The tool must be positioned perpendicular to the skin surface. Do not get too much pressure, use light and moderate traffic.
Before you clean the heels, choose the rough areas of the skin at the edges. In no case do not start to operate the blade with the center of the heel. If you set the toes, remember that most often, corns develop on the fingers or on the outer corners of the thumbs, so the blade gently swipe along. Do not need to go as you can damage and cut the skin. Thus, remove the blade only exposed part of the corn.
Often on the feet cracks, which subsequently have complications. They appear due to dryness and improper care of feet. It is worth remembering that the wound machine for pedicure touch only superficially, so as not to harm the dermis. It is important to use septic tanks.
Once all areas of the feet will be processed by the machine, it is desirable to complete the process with the grinding blade which will help remove dead skin cells.
When choosing a machine for a pedicure, note the blade - it must not be stupid. Often manufacturers skimp on components, so it makes sense for the blades to pick apart. They are of two types: disposable and reusable.