Baby Foot Exfoliant Foot Peel has been on my to-do-list for awhile. Other reviews tipped me off that my skin would be shedding for 1-2 weeks; so I waited for summer to be over to try it out. The Baby Foot I ordered through Amazon was $17 for one pair of single-use booties. The gel inside was lavender scented (a pleasant, natural scent) and the booties fit up to a men’s size 13. Baby Foot is easy to use but I highly recommend taking the time to soak your feet frequently; to promote peeling. After using the booties, I suggest avoiding lotion until your feet are done peeling. My feet did not begin peeling for one week.
My roughest spots on my feet are the outer edges and the heel. I shed a lot of skin from those problem areas. I never had large sheets of skin peel off but the booties still did their job and I ended up with much softer, smoother feet. Baby Foot did not cause any discomfort during the 1 hour application or sensitivity while the skin was peeling. I still have a little roughness on the outer edges of my big toes & my heels. Baby Foot will not remove large calluses; they have to be addressed separately. My rough spots are however, quite improved.
1. Wash feet & then soak in plain warm water for 30 minutes
2. Apply the booties, secure with provided tape, and place socks over the booties for one hour
3. Remove booties, wash feet and soak again with plain water for an additional 30 minutes
◇ Baby Foot gel smelled wonderful, was cool on my feet, and did not burn or tingle
◇ It took a week for my feet to start peeling/shedding
◇ I had no tenderness or discomfort. It is not painful to use Baby Foot or to have your feet peel.
~Soak feet in water every 1-2 days to promote peeling & avoid lotion (this will stop the peeling process.)
~Do not forcefully remove any shedding skin. Once your feet are done peeling, apply lotion.
~Be gentle on your freshly peeled feet. As a precaution, I did not use my pumice stone on my feet for 3 weeks. Peeling lasted over a week for me.
Baby Foot was a great experience! Rough spots are softer and my feet are in a much nicer condition. Baby Foot is not recommended for diabetics, pregnant or nursing women, or for those with open wounds on their feet. I have only had one pedicure; so Baby Foot was much needed & made a dramatic change on my feet.