1,065 of 1,091 people found the following review helpful
Read this review!!,
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This review is from: Baby Foot Exfoliant Foot Peel, Lavender Scented, 2.4 Fl. Oz. (Health and Beauty)I read enough of the reviews in order to try the product. However, I learned a lot AFTER a couple of times. So, here are MY lessons learned for a success the FIRST try:
1. Soak feet 30 minutes before the treatment. Warm warter is fine or pamper yourself with salts, lavenders, vinegar, etc. DRY feet after soaking.
2. If time permits, use one bootie now for both feet and save the other for another treatment, especially if dealing with very thick calluses. Put on boot as directed on the box and secure it with a sock. Leave boot on for an hour and a half. At the 1 hour and 15 min mark, soak the other foot (again) for 15 minutes. Dry the foot that was soaking. Remove the boot from the first foot and immediately put boot on the dried foot and repeat earlier guidance. Wash and dry the treated foot. Repeat guidance when other foot is done.
3. Soak feet at least 15 minutes daily for 7 days after treatment. Instructions don't tell you that this is how you get the BEST and... Read more
5,719 of 5,871 people found the following review helpful
Baby Foot works Perfectly IF you do this:,
This review is from: Baby Foot Exfoliant Foot Peel, Lavender Scented, 2.4 Fl. Oz. (Health and Beauty)We discovered that if you do this, Baby Foot works perfectly:
1. Soak feet for about 15 minutes in plain water (in a large bowl or bucket or sink or bathtub: whatever holds warm water & both your feet).
2. Use Baby Foot exactly as directed.
3. Wash feet with soap and water, rinse, then soak feet again in plain water for about 15 minutes. So, schedule about 2 hours for the process listed in #1 through #3.
4. If you don't see any sloughing or peeling after 2 to 4 days, then soak feet for about 30 minutes in plain water. When you take feet out of the water & blot dry, you will definitely see sloughing & peeling. If you continue to soak for another hour then you will see even more sloughing and peeling that you can begin to rub off. Sloughing & peeling will continue well-enough for several days without further soaking, and most of the dead & dry skin will come off, BUT
5. if you continue to soak your feet in plain water for 30... Read more
1,000 of 1,081 people found the following review helpful
Buy this...your feet will thank you!,
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This review is from: Baby Foot Exfoliant Foot Peel, Lavender Scented, 2.4 Fl. Oz. (Health and Beauty)OMFG. If I had to describe this, I'd say it is the grossest yet most amazing thing that's ever happened to me. I've worked full time, on my feet, for the last 10 years. I get regular pedicures, but there is only so much they can do. I saw this on a Refinery29 article and knew I had to give it a try.
I read the instructions thoroughly, checked for any allergies I might have, and decided to do it Sunday night. I had soaked in a bath of epsom salts for about an hour, before patting dry and getting started (first picture is before!). These are super easy to use! Just cut the top of the bootie off and stick your foot in! Tape up around the ankle, throw some socks on over them, and wait. I read the reviews and decided to leave them on 1h20m. I felt some slight tingling but nothing painful, and the time flew by. Rinsed them off in the tub using a lavender soap, and waited!
Monday & Tuesday were uneventful. By Wednesday, I had developed a nickel sized bubble on my left... Read more