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Baby Foot Peel

Have you tried the cult-favorite brand Baby Foot Peel? I have not! But I am. After years of reading reviews on the Baby Foot Peel and seeing the photos of people’s peeling feet (Google it, I dare you!) The brand is releasing two new products to add to your foot care arsenal—the Baby Foot Moisturizing Foot Mask and Baby Foot Exfoliant Foot Peel for Men.

“The Original Foot Peel,” is adding two new products to their line up for the first time in about 5 years.”Baby Foot is one of those products that once you try it, you’re hooked,” says Brian Williams, Director of Operations for Baby Foot USA. “We’re thrilled to finally offer customers a complimentary treatment to the peel with the moisturizing mask as well as cater to all our male customers whose feet are too big for the original size booties.”

So what’s new?

Baby Foot’s Moisturizing Foot Mask, $15

Baby Foot’s Moisturizing Foot Mask is a 15-minute intense hydrating treatment comprised of collagen, Hyaluronic Acid, and 14 different natural extracts that are absorbed into the skin. The moisturizing treatment comes inside two pre-filled plastic booties. The user wears the booties for 15 minutes, and then gently rubs the lotion into his or her feet. The Moisturizing Foot Mask should be used in between one’s foot peel routine to maintain soft, smooth feet.

Baby Foot For Men, $25 (in November 2017)

Baby Foot For Men is a foot exfoliant designed especially for men sizes 6-14 to remove the unsightly, dead skin cells on one’s feet that builds up over time. Containing 16 types of natural extracts including Burdock Root, Lemon, Ivy, Horsetail Herb, Soapwort, Clematis, Orange, Chameleon Plants, Bladderwrack, Tea Plant, Sage, Meadowsweet, Grapefruit, Chamomile, Watercress, and Camel Grass, Baby Foot helps exfoliate and hydrate the feet at the same time.

Baby Foot is a simple three-step process: apply the prefilled booties on one’s feet, soak for one hour, and then wash away. It takes approximately one week for the process to remove the dead skin cells from the soles and overall bottom of one’s feet.

Will you be snatching up?

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