Sapphire Disk (B1), Sapphire Cone (B2, E2), Sapphire Bit (B3,
E3) and Hard Skin Remover (B10, E5)
Sapphire Disk (B1)
Sapphire Cone (B2)
Large Foot Cone (B10)
When performing a pedicure don't forget to sanitize
your hands and your clients feet prior to starting. Sapphire
Bits only work when they come in contact with dead dry
skin and nail material and it is this feature that makes
them the safest of all the Bits. To shorten toenails,
hold the Sapphire Disk at a 90-degree angle using medium
RPM. High speeds tends to shred the edge of the nail.
For clients with thick toenails, the Sapphire Cone should
be used to file down and reshape the top surface. Remember
not to apply too much pressure and always use short
strokes, removing the bit from the nail often as you
work. You can use the Long Sapphire Bit to remove the
dead hardened skin on the sides of the nail. Once you
have filed and shaped the nails, use the Silicone Buffing
Bits to create a healthy shine. Remember to graduate
these Bits from Coarse (green) to the Fine (yellow).
For Clients with callused or hard and rough skin areas,
especially on the heel and ball of the foot, the large
Sapphire Foot Cone works wonders. Just remember to always
use Sapphire attachments on dry skin and nails.
The Medicool Pedicure video shows the complete pedicure
Pedicure Machine includes bits required for the
machine and all the pedicure procedures.
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