Right and important, but unfortunately often the same problem So far so good. Surely it's a good thing to be pampered by a professional or to expect real help if you ever have problems. And to make this clear, both professions offer valuable services and expert advice.
But if you have already looked around a little on this website, you might suspect that there is also a point from Mr. Fuss' point of view which can be viewed quite critically in medical foot care and Co. Unfortunately in most studios, although with elaborate technology, they still grind and rub or even work with a scalpel (i.e. a blade). These methods are unnecessary in most cases according to local opinion. On the other hand, grinding or planing also involves risks and rough skin. And if you take a close look at such a professional chiropody shop, you will find the same chiropody equipment as in the drugstore, only in a professional version: rasp, pumice stone and plane.
What role should it play when an electric cornea remover turns a grinding head at up to 40,000 or even only 1,800 revolutions per minute and grinds your skin with it?
Of course, an experienced hand may be able to guide a blade more accurately and therefore with less risk, but is the cutting edge of the blade smooth in the transition to healthy skin?
By the way, anyone who has ever been freed of calluses with a high-performance milling machine during pedicure often reports that during the treatment it smells of burnt skin, tingles and itches, and the specialist wears a breathing mask to protect callus fine dust, but rarely the customers.