Baby Foot is a chemical peel for your feet that is both amazing and disgusting all at the same time.
There is nothing ladylike about the peel. It is a disgusting, gross process that will make your feet feel better than they ever have before (ugh, we don't know how to feel). Baby Foot promises to take even the nastiest feet to the next level by getting rid of those gross callus', the toughest skin and leave your feet feeling as soft as a baby's butt. According to Refinery29, the product lives but to all the hype and delivers on its promises.
So how does this miracle product work? Well, that is the best part it is super easy. The box comes with two plastic bag booties filled with the magical gel that is going to transform your tootsies.
According to the website the gel consists of 17 different types of extracts that are all natural. Fruit acids are the main ingredient. Oher ingredients include glycolic, lactic, and salicylic acids, which all typically found in chemical peels.
Let the process to beautiful feet begin. First and foremost is you must soak your feet for at least 15 minutes. Then dry off the feet thoroughly and put them in the booties. If possible, try and stay off your feet while they are in the booties.
Directions on the box indicate to leave the booties on for an hour or longer. It is important to note that you should not use Baby Foot if you have an open cut, wounds or sores on your feet.
After the time is up remove the booties and soak your feet again. Now you won't immediately see results. It will take a couple of days. It is recommended to soak your feet each day after the gel is on because that is what gets the peeling started.
Once the peeling begins, you will need to pull the dead skin off. Your feet will look gross during this process so you might want to avoid any fancy events. The entire peeling process can take a few days. Do not put anything else on your feet while the skin is peeling. No lotions, no soap, no creams at all just let it happen naturally.
Baby Foot is a chemical peel for your feet, and you can try it for $20 on Amazon (if you dare...).