Baby Foot! "Results that no pedicure can achieve"

Baby Foot has arrived at Health & Beauty Online! If you're looking for ways to get better-than-pedicure smooth feet, then the Baby Foot craze is absolutely what you are looking for.  A chemical foot peel that gets rid of calluses and the top layer of your feet's dead skin producing shockingly impressive results! Before you try out the internet's best foot peel mask, we are going to help you understand more about the science and safeness behind Baby Foot.

How does Baby Foot work?


Baby Foot is a chemical peel foot mask for your feet that helps slough off dead skin resulting in your feet feeling soft and smooth. The product contains natural extracts and acids to exfoliate and moisturise at the same time.

The process is simple enough, you simply secure the mask around your feet for an hour, plenty off time to catch up on Netlfix or that book you've been planning to read. It's important to remain patient after using Baby Foot, the instructions say your feet will start to peel in five to seven days. After a few days of waiting, you will notice the first signs of peeling to show. Once peeling begins, you'll experience what many Baby Foot users have called the most oddly satisfying feeling ever.

The success of Baby Foot's peeling process has lead to this global, cult-like following. If (like everyone else) share your before and after process on Instagram or Facebook be sure to tag us!

What Are The Key Ingredients of Baby Foot?


Baby Foot contains 16 types of natural extracts, however the key ingredients of Baby Foot are Lactic Acid, Salicylic Acid and Glycolic Acid. Since Baby Foot is obviously designed for feet, it's no surprise that the product contains a higher concentration of alpha hydroxy acids in comparison to regular facial peels. The feet are a lot tougher, and have a thicker layer of skin so the combination of ingredients leads to the effective peeling results everyone shares.

Alongside it's powerful formula, the peel is also formulated as a gel, that works in combination with the concealing effect of the plastic booties to adhere better to skin, preventing water loss and allowing maximum product absorption.

Is Baby Foot safe? (Precautions & Warnings)


Yes, Baby Foot is safe for most people. The process is painless, it is recommended to not forcefully peel your skin once peeling starts. What's important to consider is the strong aha formula which will be effective for most people, but both lactic acid and glycolic acid can irritate sensitive skin. If you suffer from eczema, psoriasis or sensitive skin, you should be wary of using the product as this could cause major irritation. Like-wise, if you have any open cuts or wounds. As well as being safe, Baby Foot is a great alternative to going for a pedicure, it's painless peeling is great for those who want to get rid of calluses and dead skin without being tickled by a professional pedicurist.

Baby Foot list precautions and warning on the back of their product. Do not use Baby Foot if you are pregnant or nursing. Avoid using the product on infants and children. If you are diabetic, consult first with your physician. If you are allergic to any ingredients in this product. If you have sensitive skin or have experienced a reaction from other skincare products. If you have open sores on your feet or other foot damage. 

Whether you just want the feeling of soft, smooth feet or to get yourself ready for sandals weather. Baby Foot peel mask is a great treat that we know you'll love!

If you have any further questions, please feel free to contact us at sales@healthandbeautyonline.co.uk

Baby Foot FAQs

What should I do before using Baby Foot?

Before using Baby Foot a patch test is recommended 48 hours before use. Remove all polish and jewellery on feet and ankles. Product should be immediately used after opening plastic booties. Do not re-use plastic booties. Read directions carefully, and if any irritation does occur do not proceed with treatment.

How often do I need to use Baby Foot?

Only one application is necessary, which involves one hour soaking time. It may take 3 - 7 days for peeling to start. The peeling process can take approximately two weeks. You can then use whenever you notice buildup of dead skin. Baby Foot recommends using Baby Foot every 2 months.

What to use after Baby Foot Peel?

After using Baby Foot, if your feet become too dry, a small amount of moisturiser can be applied. Do not forcibly remove the dead skin from your feet, let them peel naturally. Please note Baby Foot contains AHAs that may increase your skin's sensitivity to the sun. Use a sunscreen, wear protective clothing, and limit sun exposure while using this product and for a week afterwards.

Is Baby Foot Safe to use?

Yes, Baby Foot is safe for most people. The peeling process is painless. If you have eczema, psoriasis or sensitive skin you should be wary of using the product as this could cause irritation. A full list of precautions of when to not use Baby Foot can be found in our blog.

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