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A Simple Way to Soft Feet

Wednesday, March 2, 2016


I recieved Baby Foot in my Christmas stocking, but decided to save it to try before spring break. I've been dying to trying it even though I was a little grossed out by the images I've seen.  If you decide to google search, be warned!  Baby Foot is a treatment made of natural extracts that cause feet to shed old skin.  And by shed, I mean entire sheets of skin.  My feet weren't in bad shape to begin with so I was curious to see what effect, if any, this would have.



The process is surprisingly simple and takes about an hour.

Step 1.  Clean feet with soap and water.  To enhance the effects, soak your feet prior to treatment -  I didn't soak.

Step 2.  Slip the booties on and secure them with tape provided.  Set timer for an hour.  Note: My trip to the bathroom afterward was slippery so be sure the wear socks or slippers over your booties.  

Step 3.  Remove booties and wash feet to remove product.  You will not see any difference at this point.  Actually, you will not notice any changes for a couple of days.

Step 4.  In about 6 days my feet began to peel.  It started on the bottom then worked its way around the sides.  I thought the tops weren't going to peel until the other day while at jury duty I looked down at my feet and gasped!  It figures the only day warm enough to wear my leopard flats and the tops of my feet would peel.  

Step 5.  Peeling may continue for about 2 weeks.  It is best to let is happen naturally and not pick.  I used lotion to help with dryness.


image: Baby Foot

For under $18, my feet look great!  They are so soft, rough spots are gone, and the new skin is revealed.  Spring break is around the corner and now my feet are as ready as the rest of me.  If you are thinking about trying Baby Foot, do it now before you want people to see your tootsies. Come sandal season your feet will thank you.  I'll definitely do this again.

4 comments:

  1. Wow, I am fascinated by this! I had never heard of it before, so of course, after reading your post I had to google it. It is oddly disgusting, and yet intriguing at the same time. I am going to have to try it now!

    Thanks for the informative post!

    Sheila
    www.maisondecinq.blogspot.com

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    1. I was fascinated too Sheila. And yes, the images are pretty gross. It was worth going through the "ugly stage" though. Hope you like it. :)

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    2. I was fascinated too Sheila. And yes, the images are pretty gross. It was worth going through the "ugly stage" though. Hope you like it. :)

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  2. Like Sheila, I hadn't heard of Baby Foot before but am totally intrigued especially because I'm dying to wear sandals. Thanks for the honest review!

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