Review: Baby Foot

I was told about this product and, since my feet were awful and rough, I decided to try it.

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First step is wash your feet. Soaking for a while is preferred but not necessary.

Next, you put on these gorgeous booties.

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They have some sort of oily mixture inside. I put them on in the bathroom and proceeded to walk very carefully and very slowly out to sit down.

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Those very sexy booties get left on for an hour.

Finally comes time to wash off.

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At this point, your feet will be much the same as they were when you started.

You’re wondering how that works, aren’t you? Unfortunately for those of us used to instant gratification – that’s pretty much all of us – you have to wait a few days.

As a wise man once said, the waiting is the hardest part.

I must admit that I was pretty skeptical that such a thing could work  but, loves and behold, on day 5 I noticed my toes were peeling. Totally normal, by the way.

That night, it was more than just my toes. The gross, rough skin was beginning to peel and slough off leaving nice, healthy looking skin underneath.

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Yup, that's my heel.

And now, day 10, almost all of the yucky skin is gone.

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See how good that looks? I do regret not taking any before photos but please take my word that my feet were horrible. They were actually snagging sheets. *hangs head*

I still can’t believe the difference in my feet.