On Monday June 29th, we were at the Carlton Hotel for the presentation of the original exfoliant feet peel, Babyfoot. The product is designed to remove the dead skin with 17 kinds of natural extracts such as chamomile, sage, lemon, ivy, clematis, and Burdock root.
We decided to try it for ourselves and document the process along the way. The application process is fairly easy, the package comes with two plastic booties and six pieces of tape. The tape was very helpful in adapting the booties to your feet size. Before placing the booties, to enhance the effects of Babyfoot, we recommend soaking your feet prior to the treatment.
Once the gel-filled booties are on, it is recommended to place fuzzy socks on top of them, so the booties remain in place. The product has to be used for an hour, during which we recommend being seated.
After the hour has passed, wash your feet with soap to remove the gel, and just wait for this Japanese marvel to work its magic. For most people the peeling process begins 5 to 7 days after the initial application, but the exact number of days can vary. The peeling will go on for about two weeks in which we recommend wearing closed shoes and socks, since the peeling goes on naturally at any time of the day, and it is very tempting to rip the hanging skin off yourself. By not looking at the scraps of skin falling, it was easier to avoid peeling it off ourselves.
To facilitate and expedite the process, you can soak your feet in water for one hour everyday. The water for some reason really aided in removing all of the dead hard skin of your feet.
After two weeks exactly, the peeling stopped and just like the package said, our feet looked rosy, they felt soft, and it even removed the dead cracked skin off our heels. The product is easy to use, and definitely delivers amazing results. They recommend you use it every three months to keep your feet looking and feeling like the softest baby skin you haven’t had in decades.