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.