How to properly work with Kerman pedicure discs?

How to properly work with Kerman pedicure discs?

In order to treat client’s feet correctly and effectively with discs, the basic principles of their operation must be observed:

Choose the right size disc when treating the problem area:

XS (Ø10mm) – suitable for treatment of fingers, blisters, elimination of cracks

S (Ø15mm) – suitable for treatment of fingers, blisters, cracks

M (Ø20mm) – suitable for both foot treatment and local treatment of blisters, removal of thickenings

L (Ø25mm) – suitable for foot treatment, effectively removes foot thickening due to the diameter size

You must choose the correct grid for the files to be changed:

80 grit – for very rough skin treatment (when the thickenings are very hard to the touch)

100 grit – for rough leather treatment

180 grit – for medium rough leather treatment

240 grit – for sanding the feet, smoothing the skin after treatment

320 grit – for sanding and polishing feet after foot treatment, effectively smooths the skin

Disc buffs – designed for sanding and polishing the skin of the feet after skin treatment, the embedded soft foam layer allows to reduce the abrasive pressure against the foot, massaging effect

Choose the right speed for the milling machine, revolutions:

XS (Ø10mm) – 27 – 35 thousand revolutions

S (Ø15mm) – 27 – 35 thousand. turns

M (Ø20mm) 25 thousand turns

L (Ø25mm) 20 thousand turns

Few tips:

– The position of the pedicure disk in relation to the foot is approximately at an angle of 45 degrees

– When working with discs, the directions of the discs are not circular, but in the directions

– When treating the foot, the disc must be moved, the same place must not be treated for a long time (can cause burning sensations to the client)

– For the master, when handling the feet with disks, the supporting toe (against the foot) is important to better feel the pressure of the disk against the foot. The little toe always rests against the customer’s foot

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