Unlisted Brand • Baby Foot • Misc Beauty Tools
|Would buy this product again.||80%|
Age: 19-24 Skin: Sensitive, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
I found this product on ebay for less than $5, so thought I would give it a try. After a long shower, with a cloth over the drain to ensure my feet got a long soak I applied the booties and left them on for approx 2 hours. Once I took them off, boy did my feet feel dry. I cannot stand the feeling of dry skin so this was absolutely horrible for me. My feet felt taut and tight and absolutely horrible. All moisture had been completely sucked out of them, which, considering the purpose of this product, is logical.
Its been about a week now, and my feet are definitely starting to peel. At first it was just the skin between my toes, which was largely annoying, but now the skin on one heel is beginning to peel and this result is worth all the suffering. The fresh skin underneath the dead skin that's peeling off is glorious, it looks fresh and a gorgeous pinky colour, which makes me realize how terribly stained my heels are - and I by no means had calloused feet prior. The pumice stone I had been using honestly has nothing on baby foot - It effectively removes the top layers of all your skin, including the hardened parts, and leaves you with smooth, baby soft skin. I won't be walking on any stones after this. I am very impressed with this product and will be buying many more in the future. This is literally the only way to ensure your feet stay young. Shaving off the skin with pumice, scrubs, etc, will never remove as many layers as this, and will leave your feet feeling rough and like you've put them over a cheese grater. This product is a miracle, and literally makes your feet baby soft. The key, however, is to soak your feet in water prior. Do this for as long as possible!!
Age: 44-55 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Green
While this worked, I was not bowled over in any way. I wore the booties after a long shower on Saturday. By Wednesday, the peeling had started (thank God it is the middle of winter, because it was not a pretty sight!). All peeling was finished by the weekend. While it was amazing to see the crazy amount of skin sloughing off from places that are not rough or dry--between toes, tops of toes, arch area--my feet are no more or less soft than before. I'll stick to my Microplane Foot File for better, faster, cheaper results.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Oily, Tan Hair: Black Eyes: Black
I was actually quite surprised by this product. It actually works !!
The prize is not so cheap, I bought mine for 35$ but think of it as an investment, its not like u are going to peel your skin off, every week.
I had very dry skin on my feet, and in winter time it got even worse, especially on the heels. I decided to give this a try. It says its made of natural ingredients, and the only thing you have to do , is to wear the plastic sock- bags for 2 hours. For me it sounded pretty innocent, and I didnt think much of it. The consistence in the socks was wet but not sticky and in my opinion it was comfortable .
After 1 week, the skin on my feet startet to peel off. It is supposed to peel off earlier, but I was stupid enough to use mousturizer on my feet ! Dont do it !! In the beginning not so much peeling, but every time I showered, it peeled off even more. Now that I peeled off the outer layer of rough skin, my feet are soft and I am happy with my purchase.
I recommend everyone to give it a try !
Age: Unknown Skin: Acne-prone, Dark, Warm Hair: Brown, Medium Eyes: Brown
I bought it from Amazon for $21.99.
Removes dead skin cells off the sole of your feet to reveal fresh "baby" skin underneath. This process is done by using various fruit acids, sort of like a gentle chemical peel for your feet. The dead skin cells on your feet will begin to peel from 2-7 days after the initial application. It will continue to peel naturally for about 2-3 weeks, depending on the amount of dead skin on the feet.
Water, Alcohol, Lactic Acid, Glycolic Acid, Arginine, Butylene Glycol, Peg-60 Hydrogenated Castor Oil, Glucose, O-Cymen-5-OL, Citric Acid, Malic Acid, Citrus Aurantium Dulcis (Orange) Oil, Citrus Grandis (Grapefruit) Peel Oil, Dipotassium Glycyrrhizate, Cymbopogon Schoenanthus Oil, Nasturtium Officinale Extract, Arctium Lappa Root Extract, Saponaria Officinalis Leaf Extract, Hedera Helix (Ivy) Extract, Salvia Officinalis (Sage) Leaf Extract, Citrus Medica Limonum (Lemon) Fruit Extract, Clematis Vitalba Leaf Extract, Spiraea Ulmaria Flower Extract, Equisetum Arvense Extract, Fucus Vesiculosus Extract, Chamomilla Recutita (Matricaria) Flower Extract, Camellia Sinensis Leaf Extract, Houttuynia Cordata Extract, Phenoxyethanol, Hydroxyethylcellulose, Salicylic Acid.
What's in the box:
Comes with 1 pair of sock packs, each containing 1.2 fl oz (35ml) of foot gel.
6 pieces of tape (3 for each sock) to keep the sock packs secure around the ankle, and 1 instruction manual.
*It is recommended to take a footbath to enhance the effects of this product BEFORE and AFTER use. Results may vary, so if reapplication is necessary, wait 2 weeks before using (a new pack) again. Also, use of this product will likely damage the polish on your toenails, so please remove any nail polish you may have on your toes!
1. Put the sock packs on both feet after cleansing, and use the enclosed tape to keep the socks secure around each ankle.
2. Wear the sock packs for one hour to allow the gel to be absorbed into the feet.
*Note: If your feet have thick dead skin, it is recommended to wear the sock packs for 1 1/2-2 hours to allow the gel to absorb.
3. When the time is up, remove the sock packs and wash feet gently with soap.
After product use, do not apply any creams or other product to your feet until all the dead skin cells have peeled off. Do not forcibly remove the dead skin from your feet. Let it peel naturally.
I suffer from the occasional dry/flaky (but not cracked) heels that I have to pick off sometimes (ewwwwww). I don't have any corns or calluses, so I don't know how well this will work for those. I've tried the Ped Egg and thought it was a crock of bull. Pumice stones and foot files do work to a certain extent, but by the next day the flakes were back. I've tried various foot creams and scrubs with no success. This was my last resort.
The directions were easy to follow. I left the socks on for 4 hours instead of the recommended time of 2 hours because I was desperate and wanted to see extreme results, LOL! There was no stinging or tingling sensation while my feet were soaking in the socks. It took 3 days for the peeling to start (mainly in the upper area.. my heels looked weird, but they weren't peeling yet). I was rubbing and pulling HUGE chunks of skin off my feet in the tub (heels included) by day 5, and by day 6 I was using a pumice stone in the tub to rub off the rest of the peeling skin. The skin on top of my feet was also peeling, but I was able to rub it off with a washrag. The whole process was messy, but the end result was extremely soft/smooth soles. My only disappointment was my feet didn't peel off the way it did in some of the pics i've seen for this product... like that infamous pic of a finger sticking inside a sheet of dead skin (hurls). I was really looking forward to that so I can take pics and gross y'all out, but it didn't happen for me, it just peeled in chunks :(. I'm still looking at my feet as I type this because I can't believe how smooth they look. I seriously was NOT expecting this to work at all, but it did. I highly recommend giving Baby Foot a try, and if your feet peels like the pics floating around on the web for this product, please post 'em here. I wanna see :P.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Very Dry, Fair-Medium, Cool Hair: Blond, Straight, Medium Eyes: Blue
I feel like I need to review this, since I was SO curious about it for so long, as were a bunch of other mua-ers, and the pictures from the products advertisements show a crazy peeling foot- I had to buy it and try it and report back...
This is a Japanese product called "Baby Foot". I found mine on eBay, and from the looks of the sales history on eBay, they are QUITE popular! Inside this package are two cellophane "booties" which are sealed at the top for you to cut off to make an opening to slip your foot into... there is also a bit of tape included so that you can make a nice "seal" at the ankle so that no product leaks out while you are wearing the booties...
Inside the booties is a good amount of clear, gel-like substance, which does not burn or tingle in the least. Let me first say- before I go on- that I have probably some of the worst calloused feet, IMO- I think it's from growing up in Phoenix, running around barefoot on the sidewalk and concrete when it was 120 degrees fahrenheit outside... hot enough to boil an egg? Hot enough to ruin my feet for life? Probably so. The reason I preface with this, is that my feet may be a lot more 'tough" and resistant to the benefits of whatever is in this product- which I believe (from what I could read on the package) is a mixture of castor oil, lactic and other acids...
You are supposed to leave the booties on your feet for 2 hours. You can walk around (carefully) if you need to... and when I took the booties off after 2+ hours and tossed them, my feet felt no different, except maybe that my feet felt a bit softened from being soaked in a gel-type substance for a few hours. The directions say to wait a few days, and then begin to gently rub to start the exfoliation. Both times I've used this, I never saw any exfoliation start on its own- even after 4 days. I would (both times) get tired of waiting for the amazing peely foot images I'd seen online, and just started on my feet (which I'll admit were a great deal softer and easier to exfoliate) with my Microplane (which I cannot ever live without). So, even though *I* did not get the amazing foot peel action, I definitely had much softened callouses which basically shed off with ease when I filed my feet, when normally I have to put a lot of work into it (since my callouses are so hard and deep).
So there it is- theres my review- I am curious if there are other people who have used this who have actually gotten the major peely effect (I will upload photos from the 'net). I'm curious if it's just me and my incredibly calloused feet, or if this product really just does a good job at softening callous and thats about it. I dunno. Either way, I'll probably continue doing one of these treatments once every 3-4 months or so, just to maintain the softness. Since I have used this, only twice, I have noticed that my feet are not as bad between pedicures- not as calloused- not as hardened- it has cut down on the maintenance for sure. UPDATE!! Yay! This is my third time using these, and I finally get the trick!! The trick is to soak your feet for about 5-10 minutes before you step into the booties... then each day after, you will notice slight peeling when you get out of a shower, etc (when your feet have been somewhat submerged in water)... It's been a little over a week since I applied the boots, etc, and today I got out of the shower and my feet were full-on peeling! Just like those crazy photos on the internet! The only thing that sucks, which I don't mind, because my feet are going to be super-soft, is that when they get to the major peely point, you need to really sit over the bathtub and run and peel- help it along- and there is a LOT of skin that will shed!! It's pretty incredible... I absolutely LOVE these results! The trick is to soak before you do these!!