There’s Nothing Scarier than Dry Rough Feet!

Feet are a touchy subject.  Although most people want soft, touchable feet, no one likes to discuss over coffee how nasty their feet are or how to fix them.  Why?  Well because it’s nasty, duh!  The irony is, soft, silky feet are never accomplished with lotion alone.  So what else do you need to use?  Well for one, you need to E-X-F-O-L-I-A-T-E to remove all the dead rough skin.  The sad reality is many of us skip this step or quickly use a pumice stone in the shower and think it’s enough.  But what you might not know, you can use a Chemical Peel on your feet.  One of my best discoveries at this years’ BeautyCon was a Chemical Foot Peel by the brand, Baby Foot.

Having tried a Chemical Foot Peel in the past I was both eager and scared.  You see, a Chemical Foot Peel physically removes a layer or layers of dead, rough skin.  Whereas a Pumice Stone uses an abrasive surface to slough dead skin.  Unlike a Chemical Peel, a Pumice stone may create small tears on your skin’s surface that aren’t initially visible.

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Baby Foot is extremely easy to use.  The entire process requires about an hour and a half.  To prepare for the Chemical Foot Peel I recommend soaking your feet in warm water for at least 15 minutes – a longer time soaking is necessary if your skin is on the rough side.  After soaking your feet, pat them dry and insert your feet in the bootie for an hour.   Once the time is up, simply rinse your feet and wait to be surprised. For best results, wear socks over the booties.

Now are you ready to see my Baby Foot results?  Brace yourself, it’s disgusting.

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Don’t say I didn’t warn you…

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(Photo of heel)

Isn’t the photo both disgusting and amazing?  My feet started peeling four days after I applied the mask.  It didn’t peel all at once but rather started to peel around my toes, then my heels and finally the top of my feet.  I was impressed Baby Foot did not peel in a uniform thickness compared to other Chemical Foot Peels.  Instead, my heels and the balls of my foot peeled the thickest – as seen in the above photo.  Whereas the skin that peeled off the top of my feet was very thin; similar to peeling Elmer’s glue off of your skin.  Overall, I was highly satisfied with the Baby Foot Peel.  Who knew seeing my feet in such an ugly manner would be so gratifying; the super soft skin that appeared also helped!  Would you try Baby Foot?

Baby Foot can be purchased at Ulta for $20.00.

This item was given to me as a sample.  This is not a sponsored post.