Holding the tool to you foot (you should see the back side of the razor with writing on it), apply a little pressure, and pull it in one direction slowly. You should see a small layer of skin being removed from your foot. (It's a little like a cheese grater.) You can remove as little or as much as you want, but use common sense and don't remove too much or you'll hurt yourself.
answered 3 months, 2 weeks ago
-Clean and soak feet to prep and help soften hard skin.
-Gently glide shaver across hard skin to remove thin, dead layers.
-To smooth skin using rasp, simply press button on handle and slide shaver down into case. Use your fingernail in notch on bottom of handle to help slide shaver down, thus exposing the rasp. Once tool is locked in place, flip it and use rasp to smooth skin.
-Wash rasp with brush and rinse with warm soapy water after each use.
-Rinse blade and shaver head after each use.
-Keep the blade dry.
answered 1 year, 8 months ago
(Salt Lake City, UT)
you have to pop off the safety device covering the razor's edge. do you see the the little white part on the bottom of the metal part? push it it off from the back and that exposes the blade! be careful
answered 1 year, 9 months ago