Omnicut at pedicure engine
A pedicure must often deal with thick / stubborn calluses in her work, the rotating blades of the Omnicut eliminate that.
The Omnicut is easy to use by clicking it on the handpiece.
The motor must be set at 40,000 rpm.
When wet technique the spray should be expelled.
The blades come by the guard, not directly on the skin, which minimizes the risk for cuts.
Yet careful with fragile skin and calluses transitions to normal skin.
A flowing movement from top to bottom.
There is no pressure needs to be exerted.
Callus pieces fall into the underlying tray.
Hard calluses can be treated with calluses softer.
Unscrew, after treatment, the protective cover.
The blades can be removed with the included auxiliary pieces.
Blades and protection cap can be disinfected in the usual way.
The hand piece may not be in the ultrasonic, must be cleaned by hand or in the autoclave.
Depending on the removed amount of callus (usually 4/5 treatments) the blades must be replaced.
Fast and smooth results and significant time savings in processing time.
Chance of cuts minimal.
Added value for practice (clients with knives fear, very professional look, distinction of colleagues).
Perhaps the most important relief of hands, elbows, neck and shoulders.
The ergonomics is unprecedented and therefore recommended for the prevention of repetitive stress injuries, tendonitis or joint problems.
The purchase price may be a threshold.
The Omnicut is not suitable for small calluses locations and not for lefties
(Although some left-handed users work the other way, from bottom to top).
The callus can, even after soaking a eeltweker, sometimes “splash” out of the receptacle.
The Omnicut is listed at the Futura (see details there) but is also suitable for other pedicure engines.