Ok, here’s the disclaimer – if feet gross you out, don’t scroll to the very bottom of the post. I put the before/during/after pics at the very bottom so you can read the review and watch the video (only 7 min long!) without seeing any feet. 🙂

I will be the first person to admit I was skeptical when these chemical foot peels were first introduced from Korea. Assuming they wouldn’t work or would burn my skin off kept me from trying them forever, so when I finally tried Baby Foot I thought I would let you know the outcome! Spoiler alert- my feet were SUPER dry and cracked and this worked wonders. Legitimate wonders.

This post was NOT sponsored. I picked this up in my doctor’s office, but you can buy it here or here.

A few things to keep in mind:

  • Don’t use is pregnant or nursing
  • Plan on staying seated an HOUR while your feet soak in the booties. I just sat at my desk and watched my laptop.
  • Don’t walk around. I tried (the instructions told me not to) and I almost fell 3x.
  • Soak your feet in warm/hot water for 5-10 min before you start, then dry them and begin. (It helps the peel soak in.)
  • Use a damp washcloth to help exfoliate while in the shower over the next week. It peels much easier when the feet have been wet for a while.
  • Don’t be freaked out when a LOT of your skin peels off. It doesn’t hurt and it’s totally normal.

My skin in insanely sensitive and this worked wonders and didn’t irritate my skin at all. Good luck!

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Almost there!

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But seriously, don’t judge my “before picture”- it had been a while since my last pedicure. Even Ian admitted that my feet looked gross.

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