Baby Foot - Exfoliant Foot Peel

 Baby Foot - Exfoliant Foot Peel
Baby Foot - Exfoliant Foot Peel Baby Foot - Exfoliant Foot Peel

4.2

43 reviews

79% would repurchase

Package Quality: 4.1

Price: $$$

Package Quality: 4.1

Price: $$$

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on 3/11/2017 9:50:00 AM

Age: 30-35

Skin: Other, Other, Warm

Hair: Other, Other, Other

Eyes: Other

Echoing a previous reviewer, I'm surprised this doesn't have more reviews too! Baby foot works best if you soak your feet for a half hour or more beforehand. Then wear the booties with socks over them for about an hour or so. Then soak your feet for about twenty minutes each day afterwards for about a week. So satisfying. The actual booties are filled with an exfoliating liquid that is not harsh and doesn't feel like anything at all. The whole experience doesn't really feel like anything, you can see the dead skin coming off and will have to be careful to clean it up and not wear sandals for the week that it's happening, but afterwards it just feels like you had a next-level pedicure.

Another option is the Tony Moly product -- it's basically the same thing, but lower priced. The end result is the same. With TM, you pour a packet of the liquid into the booties yourself, then close them around your foot. With Baby Foot, the booties come pre-soaked.

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Age: 36-43

Skin: Other, Other, Not Sure

Hair: Other, Other, Other

Eyes: Other

I think the secret to this to get it to peel is to soak in a very warm/hot bath every day for up to a week or more after using it.

I used the Japanese version from Amazon. I did not soak before using for an hour. On day 3 there was a little peeling on my toes. I did like that it made calluses easier to cut off and painless. The calluses were thick, so I cut them off. I'm curious if they would have peeled off.

On day 6, I was extremely disappointed, but then I soaked in a hot bath (which I do daily anyway) and near the end of the bath and for a little while later the skin just started rubbing and peeling off. Not in huge, thick sheets, but small think sheets or balls of thin skin as I rubbed. It was fairly significant.

It looks like it will continue peeling, so I'll just keep bathing and peeling.

I feel like this is why some people are disappointed. It only works if you keep the feet submerged in warm water for a week or more afterwards. It probably does not work well if you take quick showers.

Once the skin is completely dry, it stops peeling, but then a hot soak in the tub starts it again.

It was worth the money just to jumpstart taking care of my feet. Now I'll just use my little sanding roller thing I bought to keep the calluses away.

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Age: 25-29

Skin: Combination, Olive, Cool

Hair: Black, Wavy, Medium

Eyes: Brown

Why doesn't this have more reviews?? This is amazing! The first time I used it, I didn't pre-soak and it wasn't as effective.
Basically, you cut the tops off these plastic booties and tape it shut around your feet. You wait an hour (I recommend wearing socks over them to make sure your entire foot is covered in the goo). I also recommend not walking around as it can be slippery.
Nothing happened immediately, in fact it takes a few days. Without a pre-soak it works but the pieces that come off aren't as large. The second time, I soaked my feet in warm water for 15 minutes before wearing the booties and I was able to get full sheets of skin...gross but satisfying, like the nose strips. It doesn't hurt and reveals super soft, fresh skin.
Recommendations:

Pre-soak your feet! If you can, soak your feet at least 15 minutes a day for a week up to it. It makes a big difference.

Get comfy and don't walk around. It's not necessarily that the longer you wear it the better it works but at least an hour.

Don't expect immediate results. If you are preparing for a big event, I would recommend doing it at least a couple of weeks prior to prevent any gross peeling for your event.

Don't use lotion!! It'll mess with the results!

If you don't see peeling or want to increase how much you pull off, soak your feet. I forgot about this and I was in the bath...when I noticed sheets of it peeling. Much better than picking at it.

Don't wear nail polish on your toes before doing it. It will be worn off and completely ugly.

I'd be curious if the simile versions from TonyMoly that are cheaper are just as effective. But to be honest, if just do this a couple of times of year...maybe before summer and winter?

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on 7/11/2016 11:21:00 AM

Age: 36-43

Skin: Combination, Deep Dark, Not Sure

Hair: Brown, Other, Other

Eyes: Hazel

Okay Ladies, I created an account just to write a review after reading through all of your posts.

Firstly, I've used baby feet 3 times now. The first time I used it, I bought the Japanese version via Amazon. It worked beautifully, I started to peel within 5 days. I had new soft, calloused feet. I did not soak beforehand and still had fabulous results.

The second times i used baby feet, I purchased the American version from Target. I soaked my feet 15 mins before applying the booties. Within 2 days my feet peeled, but just a little. The results I got with the American version was disappointing, I'm not sure if soaking my feet beforehand played a role in the peeling process. But I was not satisfied.

My third times using, I bought the Japanese version again via Amazon. My feet began peeling about 5 days after using. I'm more than happy with the results, I can already see a big difference in my feet. My advice to you ladies, would be no soaking beforehand. I think the product works harder to penetrate rough skin versus when the skin is softened forehand. Absolutely no scrubbing feet with a pumice, or the thing that resembles a cheese grater after using baby feet. This will only cause the rough skin to reform. Hopefully this will help those of you that had very little result. Also, you cant lotion your feet after using baby feet or while the peeling process takes place. The alcohol in most lotions breaks down the product in baby feet. Also once the peeling process starts, soak your feet daily, this helps the process occur rapidly. HAPPY PEELING LADIES.

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on 6/24/2016 10:00:00 AM

Age: 44-55

Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Not Sure

Hair: Brunette, Other, Other

Eyes: Brown

So bummed AND envious! Bummed because I couldn't make this work, and envious of how well it seems to work for so many others! I tried this first about a year ago - soaked my feet for maybe 15 min. and then left the booties on for 1.5 hours. Nothing except a little peeling on top of my toes. So I thought maybe I wasn't thorough, and this time I got serious! Soaked my feet in hot soapy water for a full hour, rinsed & dried, then soaked in the booties through an entire movie. Then I soaked every day for 15 - 20 min. STILL nothing. I rubbed, I scrubbed with sugar, I used a pumice stone. NOTHING!! Grrrrrrr. Has anyone else had this happen? Does anyone know what I did wrong? I'd love to make this work, because I have scary dead skin feet. My husband occasionally refers to them as my hooves, ok? I then shoot him the evil woman we-are-NOT-amused death glare, which he thinks is uproariously funny. Anybody got any ideas for icky feet - give me a shout!


Age: 56 & Over

Skin: Other, Other, Not Sure

Hair: Other, Other, Other

Eyes: Other

Love this peel and use it every winter to prep for spring toes. It offers a good peel of dead skin from bottom of feet and with some exfoliation, the side and top scuff off too. I've recommended to friends and will keep buying every year.

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Age: 36-43

Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium, Warm

Hair: Black, Wavy, Fine

Eyes: Brown

I like anything that does the work for me, especially if the first thing I'm required to do is lay around for an hour.
The first time I used Baby Foot, it took about 5 full days until it started working. After that I witnessed the most disgusting and awesome thing that's ever happened to my body (I've never given birth).
My feet really emerged from a cocoon of dry thick nasty skin as much less nasty little butterflies. I immediately got a pedi and continued to do so. My feet stayed decent for quite a while.
When they started looking and feeling like little hoofs again I used Baby Foot. The second time the results were alright but less dramatic. I've now used it several times and each time it is less effective. Which really bums me out because the results from the first application were nothing short of miraculous. My friends have had the same experience after using it more than once.
I would definitely recommend this product, but forewarn that it seems to lose its efficacy after the first use.

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on 1/27/2016 4:48:00 PM

Age: 44-55

Skin: Combination, Medium, Not Sure

Hair: Brunette, Curly, Fine

Eyes: Hazel

My feet, or to be precise, the bottom and sides of my feet were in appalling condition. Ground in grass stains, dirt, and thickened skin. Rough skin in places, like a cheese grater. I knew that pumice stones, etc weren't going to fix it, and they were so bad I would have been too embarrassed to go and have a pedicure. I ordered Babyfoot, it works!

After applying as directed (actually I left on my feet for 80 mins instead of 60 mins) for the first two days nothing happens. Then on around day 4 your feet just look very dry and a little flakey. I soaked my feet on day 6 as they were a bit more flakey but not yet peeling much. After soaking I rubbed them all over with a pumice stone. Thats when the real peeling started. For the next few days there was major skin peeling. I didn't experience huge sheets of skin peeling off, rather just small peeling, rough flakes all over. This whole process was quickened by me peeling and scratching the skin off. In total from application to end result it took 2 weeks. My feet are now smooth, and all of the dry, discolored rough skin is gone, revealing the new skin underneath. I'll now use a battery operated pedi device to try to maintain along with foot balms. Dont hesitate, Babyfoot works!

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on 10/28/2015 12:36:00 AM

Age: 25-29

Skin: Very Oily, Fair, Neutral

Hair: Blond, Wavy, Fine

Eyes: Green

Meh.

I've used these many times. Being completely honest, my feet are sort of disgusting because I'm not diligent about exfoliating them nor foot creams. The main appeal of baby foot peels is as the name implies, you get to peel a big layer of dead skin off your feet.

And yes, you are left with soft feet. But that only lasts a few days before you're right back at square one. I wouldn't say these are super intense peels as it never fully removes my callouses.

But I will repurchase. Why? Because they're a spa/luxury indulgence and I feel like it's a good way to kick off a new foot care regime. Next time I buy these I am going to follow up with a glycolic acid foot cream after the peel is done and maybe even file them. That should leave me with soft feet until the next baby foot peel is due.

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on 10/8/2015 2:24:00 PM

Age: 25-29

Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Neutral

Hair: Blond, Straight, Fine

Eyes: Green

This was just meh for me. I soaked my feet and then sat around with the booties for an hour and a half. For me, there was a slight warm, tingly sensation while wearing them, but nothing uncomfortable. But when I rinsed, my feet burned when the cool water touched them. They started peeling about a week later, but nothing like what I was hoping for. Are my feet softer and in better shape than they were prior to Baby Foot? Yes, but I think a good pedicure would do the same job in an hour's time.

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