Ready or not, summer is here — and so is sandal season. And if you’re looking for an easy way to get smooth, callus-free feet, we have just what you need: Baby Foot.
The foot peel (more on that later) is one of the most unique products that will transform your feet. But be warned: The road to shockingly impressive results and baby-soft feet comes with a small price.
How does Baby Foot work?
Baby Foot is basically a chemical peel for your feet that contains natural extracts and acids to deeply exfoliate and reveal smooth skin. The active ingredients — a blend of powerful salicylic, lactic and glycolic acids — work together to break up dead skin and kick start a snake-like shedding process over the next week. Yes, it’s weird and gross, but it’s so worth it.
The process itself is pretty painless. Similar to a sheet mask but for your feet, you just slip on the pair of Baby Foot booties, soak feet in the gel for 30 minutes and then it rinse off.
Then you wait — but brace yourself because the next part is not pretty.
Results vary, but over the next week or two, large patches of dead skin will start shedding, revealing callus-free, soft skin. And for many Baby Foot users, it’s oddly satisfying.
“Works as described. About five days after I wore the peel, my skin did shed a lot. I'll definitely use this again,” explained one five-star reviewer from Walmart.
Another added, “This item works very well with getting rid of calluses and rough skin on your feet and heels. It works great every time.”
But don’t just take our word for it. There are a plethora of real results all over Baby Foot’s Facebook page — and the results speak for themselves.
Baby Foot gets the job done. And we can’t think of an easier, painless-free way to obliterate rough skin and calluses — especially during the summer.
And honestly, who doesn’t want baby-soft feet?
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The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.
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