This Baby Foot Chemical Peel Review follows my husband’s experiment with Baby Foot from start to finish (along with photos). A must read if you are wondering about Baby Foot!
Update: Since this original Baby Foot chemical peel review, my husband and I have used Baby Foot countless times, and the results have been consistent every time.
In a previous posts, Listerine & Vinegar Foot Soak: Help or Hype?, I try to separate fact from fiction regarding the viral Facebook “recipe” that claims to make dry skin on feet “practically wipe off.” After trying the soak and giving it a thumbs down, I discovered a product that DOES deliver: Baby Foot exfoliant foot peel.
Baby Foot works over a period of a few days, and the end result is a dramatic exfoliation. Baby Foot is essentially “a chemical peel for feet” that is comprised of 17 AHA’s (fruit acids). With proper application to the feet, these acids penetrate through layers of dead skin and begin working to naturally exfoliate dead skin. Within days of using Baby Foot, feet begin to shed and peel. The photos of my husband’s feet below show his first experience with this product.
The dead skin in the photo above is just a portion of is what we took off of Zane’s feet (new areas of dry skin came off every day for several days). After 6-7 days (day 1 being when Baby Foot was first applied), the peeling was complete.
After his feet stopped peeling, we took a few more steps to finish the job:
- A good dry exfoliation with the Amope Electronic Pedi Foot File removed the last traces of dead skin.
- A good wet exfoliation with Tree Hut Sugar Scrub.
- An emollient moisturizer in a jar, applied to feet after showering or bathing.
- Do Baby Foot when you have an off week and won’t be at an important event wearing sandals. During the process, your feet will peel and be unsightly, so plan accordingly.
- Don’t leave Baby Foot on feet longer than specified on the instructions. I once kept it on overnight, and my feet were red and irritated for days afterward. Not a pleasant experience:-(
- Do Baby Foot regularly to keep feet in the best shape. I try to do Baby Foot every 8-12 weeks and do the best ever DIY pedicure products for soft, smooth feet every week.
I would love to hear from you if you try Baby Foot, so please leave comments! Thanks so much for stopping by! Be blessed, and stay savvy!!!