The truth about Baby Foot Peel
Don’t be put off by the laundry list of acids found in Baby Foot Peel’s gel. “Since the product is designed for feet, which usually have a thicker layer of skin, it is not a surprise that it contains a higher concentration of alpha hydroxy acids than ordinarily present in facial peels,” says Sabina Wizemann, a chemist from the Good Housekeeping Institute Beauty Lab. “It is also formulated as a gel, that when combined with the concealing effect of plastic booties, adheres better to skin and prevents water loss.”
Fast forward to a few days later and you may find your feet starting to shed. The process may start with flecks of skin, but as time goes on, expect to see small sheets of skin. The process takes a few days, so be patient, and you’ll be rewarded with what literally looks and feels like brand new feet.