Who doesn’t want there feet as smooth as a baby’s? If there is one thing that I wish I could change, is that I wish my feet weren’t always so dry and chapped looking. Walking around barefoot on my wood floors all day doesn’t help much either. So I came across this new product….
This new product call Baby Foot is like a chemical peel for your feet. You wear these plastic sock thingys that are slathered in this chemical solution for an hour (I slept in mine because I’m over the top obsessive on some of thees things). And in the next few days the skin would begin to peel off.
Now… I had expectations of my feet being 100000000% totally smooth at the very end and was told 2 – 7 days I’d see the results. Well…. here is a photo journal of my experience. Let the pictures to most of the talking…
Let this be a forewarning… if feet gross you out, DON’T LOOK. But, if you’re intrigued and interested, continue on…
BEFORE (shown above). You can see thick dry hard skin at the balls of my feet, the back of my toes, and of course the ever most important heels.
Wearing the plastic socks…
Day 1…. I took off my tennis shoes and socks after the gym to find skin ready to come off…
It began to freak me out… and the skin beneath was so fresh it was kinda sensitive to be honest. It didn’t hurt at all, it just felt WEIRD!
Day 4 looked something like this….
Foot selfies aren’t my best shots and clearly, I’m not so great at taking them. But I think you get my drift, right?
You can see the thinner skin begins to peel FIRST. Then for the hard stuff….
By the end of day 5, my feet looked something like this….
By the end of 7 days, it looked something like this….
(mini-me and I sitting along the jacuzzi trying to get off more of the “crumbles” of skin off my feet… sounds gross, huh?)
And by the 9th day, I decided to go for a pedicure, telling them the situation, that my feet still have crumbles left, and to not use any kind of razors on me, but simply their scrubs and pumice stones. The final result?
You can see my heels look in WAY better shape… no more THICK hard white cracks… just pink and smooth fresh skin. The balls of my feet were hard to photograph, but there is still some peeling left to do there. Still, what’s VISIBLE when wearing open back shoes is the heels, not the balls, so for now my heels look 100% better!
What do you think? Would you try Baby Foot? You can use it once every 4 weeks. I think I did this the wrong time of year… next time, I’ll do it for sure just before sandal season approaches us, because right now, I’m ready for boots!