This is far and above not only my favorite product to remove dead skin from my feet, but it is the ONLY product I have come on here to review when it comes to products for my feet. I am so surprised that this actually worked! I have struggled with having dry feet for over twenty years Ė my husband doesnít agree, but I believe it runs in the family. My mother has always had dry/cracked feet and my grandmother did as well when she was alive. I've tried everything from regular pedicures, pumice stones to files to scrubs, cream, coconut oil, etc... These were all temporary as the layer of dry, dead skin is so thick and my feet just return back to their dry, cracked state. Often times quite painful as well.
I do want to say this Ė I used the product first a year ago and I liked it a lot, but didnít love it. I liked it enough, though, that I decided to use it again. Actually, what I did was I used it twice in about a 2 week period. I donít know whether or not itís recommended, but I will say my feet are AMAZING. I wish I had taken before/after pictures. Much like the first time I tried the product, I had decent results after the first, most recent application; however, something told me to try it again right away. I am so glad I did. It was a little crazy Ė I literally had thick, large pieces just falling off the bottom of my feet. Approximately 4 days after the second (technically third) application, I took off my socks and when I put my foot down I thought I had something stuck to the bottom of my foot, then I realized it was a huge piece of skin that had started to come off. From there I proceeded to rub and take all of this skin off my feet. I'm left with super soft, smooth skin. This product truly is amazing!
I would like to suggest being patient with this product. I believe everyone responds to things differently. The first time I used this product, I didnít even start peeling until well close to two weeks after the application.
I see myself doing this as a yearly winter routine. (unless going forward I'm able to stave off the extremely dry skin using high quality lotion)
I am so surprised that this actually worked! My feet are always dry but in the winter, the dryness reaches a whole different level and my heels get so bad, they crack and bleed. I've tried everything from pumice stones to files to scrubs, cream, coconut oil etc... These were all temporary as the layer of dry, dead skin is so thick, it just keeps coming back. I won't say too much about how to use this product as the instructions are very clear. Make sure to remove your polish. Stay in a seated position. I left mine for 1.5 hours. When you take them off and wash your feet, nothing happens really, other than your feet get very, very dry. For me, the peeling started a bit on the top of my feet on day 3. From there, the peeling was a very slow, gradual process. Just let the peeling happen, it's not going to happen everywhere all at once. Be patient. You are going to have to wear socks during this process day and night as the dead skin gets everywhere. Yes, it's pretty gross, but also very gratifying to see all this skin peel away. If you can get through the process without picking, which was impossible for me, this would be ideal. I'm on day#8 and the peeling is pretty much complete other than a few places. Oh and btw, your skin will peel EVERYWHERE, between your toes, cuticles, literally everywhere. I'm left with super soft, smooth skin. This product truly is amazing!
Left a Chemical burn on the top of my foot! Product used exactly as directed-left a significant burn. I bought the 2 application pack and won't use again. I did feel a tingle to that area as I was using it, didn't think much of it. I did apply socks over the booties as suggested in the directions. Only one foot was seriously burned. Just a red mark on the other foot. I would post the pics if that was an option.
This is hands-down one of my all-time favorite "beauty" tricks. I wear flip flops and other sandals almost year around in Southern California and my feet get dry. I am really good about using a pumice stone on them in the shower every day, but that only does so much good. I randomly saw Baby Foot advertised on a website and was skeptical but they were having a sale for first-time users of the website, so I got it. I was still skeptical for a few days and then one day before bed, I happened to see the skin on my pinky toe peeling. I pulled at it and BOOM. Over the next few days my the dead, dry skin on my feet came off in sheets. It was both horrifying and incredible all at once. My heels, which are always the areas that suffer the most from dryness and the starting of cracking, were literally smooth as a baby's foot. I could not believe it. This is also gross, but I get ingrown toenails on my big toes, and the skin peeled off in that area and allowed me to easily and without pain take care of those. WELL WORTH THE PRICE.
The only downside is that it can take up to two weeks for all of the peeling to end, which limits the kinds of shoes you wear. (Trust me, when your feet at at the height of peeling, you need to wear close-toed shoes. Or just stay home and vacuum if you're barefoot!)
Gonna keep this short:
Filed my feet like you would during a traditional pedicure.
The next day I Took a 45 minute shower so my feet were somewhat soaked since the drain in my shower was slow.
put on the Baby Foot plastic sock for 1hr.
Took it off.
Washed my feet.
Didn't use any moisturizer for 5 days and finally saw some pealing. It was a test of patience, but I was relieved once I saw pealing. I didn't met with it and let it all fall off. Every day following that, for about another week, there was more and more pealing. On the final day of pealing, I finally couldn't take it and scrubbed my feet aggressively in the shower. SO MUCH DEAD SKIN came off.
The thicker calluses on my foot did not come completely off. Bummer.
However every and i do mean EVERY other area of dead skin on my foot did come off. I didn't even know some of it was dead skin. 0_0
My foot feels much softer, including the callused areas. The first time I filed the calluses after baby foot, I could tell that whatever dead skin was left wasn't as dead as what fell off. The friction felt different during filing, it wasn't as sandpaper-ish. Hope this makes sense!
I'm going to order another round of baby foot and will try it as soon as the package delivers.
IMPORTANT: I would not use this product AT ALL if I am planning to wear sandles within the next 30 days. It even peels the top of your foot! Be prepared to wear socks 24/7 for at least 21-30 days.
I do get calloused feet from working out everyday and wearing flip-flops, but usually pumice them and wear a heavy lotion at night with socks on. When I saw this product it looked too good to be true, and is. I actually bought this from eBay for about $2.00 (genuine product, eBay just has ridiculous prices). The package was nice and sealed, but the problem is there are no directions in English, so I had to Google it. I soaked my feet for about 15 minutes and then wore the boots for about 1 hour. The smell and stinging scared me, so I didn't want to go longer. My feet felt soooooo dry and tight after the product was washed off, but was informed by others that used it not to put on lotion because it deters it from working. After 3-7 days there was no peeling at all. I was going on a trip and went swimming. Then my feet started to peel and flake like crazy (in at about 1.5 weeks). It was disgusting. No matter how much I tried to pumice them or peel them or wash them, the skin would not completely come off. It was the dumbest thing I ever purchased because you wait for it to peel off in bits here and there, then in the meantime you're getting more dead skin buildup in general. I ended up having to buy a razor to scrape off the thick skin that remained. All in all, this whole process was about 1 month long. Can you imagine having flaky, rough skin for that long?? I would never repurchase this product and never recommend. Best to just pumice and moisturize as normal. Also, no "baby foot" feeling after it was done. What a useless product.
I was dubious. I've always had issues with cracked heels and heavy callouses. After a month-long trip that included a lot of hiking, my feet were really a mess. Callouses were almost leather like.
I did this a week ago and the improvement is immense. Followed the directions to the letter. The peel started about day four. The heavy callouses I did help along with a plainer, but they were much easier to remove than they would have been if I hadn't used this product. They might have sloughed off after a time on their own, but were getting to the point where they actually hurt.
After a few more days (still peeling) I am going to start using a exfoliating foot balm. Since my feet were in such bad shape, I may repeat the process in a few more weeks to clear up any residual callouses. If this worked so well on my really messed up feet, it would be fab on anything less grungy!
Oh my god. Eff ya, Baby Foot! I used the Japanese version, but it still came with English-language directions (I bought that version because it was the cheapest.) I have not been excited about a beauty product ever.
This product was way more effective than a recent pedicure in clearing away dead skin, or other foot moisturizing/exfoliating products. My feet did get dry in the days leading up to the full-on peeling, but they started shedding around days 4-5. I did a couple of foot soaks in the first few days, and didn't use any creams, per the instructions.
Honestly, I'm shocked this worked as well as it did.
The most grotesquely awesome beauty product ever. I can't even explain how satisfying peeling away your nasty callouses feels-just do it.
Wow, does this product work!! My feet were not bad to begin with, but I had stubborn heel calluses with cracks, that I'd been neglecting, and a few other thickened areas round my toes. Just as the package described, by feet peeled like mad about 4 days later, then peeled again. My cracked calluses were removed. Even the cuticles peeled off, leaving me with immaculate toenails! I do have some useful tips that I learned from using it:
~ Remove your polish first! It melted mine off!
~ Definitely soak your feet first, or take a long shower.
~ Be patient because your feet won't peel for about 4-5 days. At about day 4, soak your feet until they are pruned or just take a long shower, and it will loosen up all the dead skin. Then rub with a coarse towel to get all the peeling skin off. You'll probably want to do this again in a couple of days. You may also want to use a foot file on the peeling heels and calluses at this point because those practically come off in little chunks! I know- gross! But the results are divine!