*Samples were provided in exchange for an honest review. No compensation was received for this post.*
ABOUT BABY FOOT:
Baby Foot is an innovative foot care product that will make your feet as smooth and soft as a baby’s foot. The unique formula of 17 types of natural extracts allow your feet to exfoliate naturally leaving them highly moisturized.
This effective and gentle process removes the unwanted dead skin cells that have built up layer after layer. So say goodbye to rough, dry, cracked soles, by using a product that really works!
I first heard about this product through their initiative to donate October proceeds to help fight against breast cancer. Intrigued, I did some digging online and found a ton of positive reviews. I decided to test out Baby Foot for myself in an attempt to restore the less than stellar appearance of my feet.
I soaked my feet as instructed before putting on the plastic booties filled with the magic Baby Foot gel. The booties come with sticky tabs so you can secure them around your feet. I opted to put on a pair of socks over the booties to make sure I didn’t slip on my way from the bathroom to the living room.
Once securely on, it’s time to relax for an hour while the gel is absorbed into your feet. Whatever your method of relaxation, make sure you prepare everything ahead of time before sitting down. Plastic booties filled with gel are obviously slippery and you don’t want to be sliding around your house, looking for your book, Netflix remote or a glass of wine.
After an hour passed, I carefully made my way to the bathroom to remove the booties and wash my feet. I was secretly hoping that the peeling would start right away but that wasn’t the case.
Seven whole days passed before the peel-apocalypse began. There was SO MUCH dead skin. It just kept coming off for days. I must say, it was a very gross yet satisfying process.
Finally, it’s day 14 and my feet look awesome! There’s still a bit of dry skin around the heel but overall my feet look and feel amazingly soft. I’m very happy that I had a chance to test out this product.
Before giving Baby Foot a try, I recommend that you review the list of ingredients to make sure you are not allergic to anything in the gel.
To learn more, please visit http://www.babyfoot.com/