Ever wonder why all those visits to your pedicure sensai just isn’t do the job of rehabbing of your dry, dehydrated feet, especially during the winter months? It’s because they’re not using Baby Foot Exfoliation Foot Peel, which offers 6 fail-proof ways to put your best foot forward.
The buzz is that Baby Foot Exfoliant Foot Peel gets rid of built up dead skin cells. Simply slip on the booties on for one hour while your skin absorbs the unique formula of 16 types of natural extracts all designed to exfoliate. Your feet will begin to peel within three to seven days after your treatment, leaving your feet super smooth. And gents, there’s even a version for you, too!
Why You’ll Love It
These booties are the answer to my pedicure dreams. I’m way too ticklish to let a stranger work on my feet, and I don’t always do that great of job of getting rid of all that dead skin – see pic above!
The trick to me not falling on my face while I wore these booties was to just sit my butt down. I did put on a pair of socks over the bootties to warm my feet, but when I attempted to walk, it was a hot slippery mess, so I thought it best to just relax while the 16 types of natural extracts went to work on my not-so-soft feet.
This is a must-buy ladies and gents!
Some tips to keep your feet in tip-top condition…
Don’t walk around barefoot
This may seem rather obvious, but walking around barefoot can lead to unwanted strains and even infections (yuck). Yes, even around your house! Opt for some slippers instead.
Bring your own instruments to the nail salon
Taking your own tools to the nail salon may seem extra, but it is SO worth avoiding an infection. Keep a kit in your car, or, have your go-to nail technician keep it for you.
Moving around not only promotes a healthy body overall, but it is also good for your feet. Exercise allows your blood to circulate and keeps your feet strong and in shape.
Stay away from high heels
This is perhaps the least ideal recommendation on this list, but you know it’s true. Walking around in high heels almost always leads to sore, achey and blistered feet. Your feet are trying to communicate with you, so give them a break!
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