See what people are talking about Baby Foot now. After my treatment, how do I take care of my feet?Bathe as usual and do not add lotion if possible. If your feet become too dry you may lightly add an oil free moisturizer. How long do they take to peel off?Results will vary among individuals due to the thickness of the dead skin cells on the soles of the feet. Kick back for an hour while the Baby Foot acids work their way into your callouses. Viva la Baby Foot! I love this product! RELATED: Follow Kristin Booker on Twitter and Google+. This story was originally published July 24, 2013 on .
Baby Foot is an innovative foot care product that will make your feet as smooth and soft as a baby’s foot. Contributor Kristin Booker agreed to treat her feet with kid, um, booties to tell you whether Baby Foot lives up to the hype. The only thing I sensed was a cool wetness and almost imperceptible tingling. A quick note of caution: Before you put the booties on, make sure you have whatever you need at the ready; Baby Foot boots are not made for walking; they’re very slippery and, well, not actually footwear. Soaking your feet daily will speed up this process. After using Baby Foot, I noticed that I still had some dead skin cells on my soles. Eventually, I stuck in my feet, taped them in place and for the next hour sat with my soles flat on my rug, hoping to feel the magic happen.
Remember that based on the individual this timeframe will vary. Courtesy Kristin Booker Baby Foot Peel Review: Japanese Baby Feet Peel What is the Baby Foot peel? Over an hour-long soak, the gel seeps into the multiple layers of skin on your feet and dissolves the desmosomes (adhesive fibers) between those layers.