An at home foot peel, exfoliation treatment to pamper yourself. – Beautifoot.

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I don’t know about you, but I rarely get a moment to just take care of myself or, dare to dream, pamper myself. I also only like to use natural, high quality products. They can be pretty pricey. That’s not really a choice, but a need. I have way to many life threatening allergies to be dealing with the low quality, chemical filled products out there. We as a people deserve better. We treat ourselves to improve ourselves and to feel better about ourselves. This Beautifoot exfoliation treatment has some wonderful ingredients in it. I was able to use the product and feel good about using it too.

These are the ingredients for this great product: Water, Alcohol, Lactic Acid, Butylene Glycol, PEG-60 Hydrogenated Castor Oil, PPG-12/SMDI Copolymer, Salicylic Acid, Amica Montana Flower extract, Cucumis Sativus (cucumber) fruit extract, Hedera Helix (ivy) leaf/stem extract, Sambucus Nigra Flower extract, Malva Sylvestris (mallow) flower extract, Parietaria Officinalis extract, Camellia Sinensis Leaf extract, Eucalyptus Globulus leaf oil.

This is so easy to do too. In the box you will find a silver packet. That has a perforation so you can tear it open. You will need a pair of scissors to open the actual foot pedicure footies. In this silver packet are the two foot packets and two pieces of tape. If you do not plan on putting socks over these while you are waiting your 90 minutes, I suggest you use longer tape. Also, have a couple paper towels handy or a hand towel, to wipe your hands dry after putting these on. Just cut along the line on the edge of the footy and slip it on to your foot, repeat for the other foot. I put them on backwards, lol, and had to turn them around. The part that looked like the heel to me, ended up being the front of the foot. A little bit of the solution will get on your fingers. If you have a towel handy you can wipe them off , as well as the edges of the booties, before applying the tape. Then apply your socks, take note of the time, and start your 90 minute wait. You will notice an odor, lol. It’ light and fades from your senses pretty quickly, especially after applying my socks. So easy. and relaxing. Towards the end, my feet felt a little itchy, but then my feet do not like anything but cotton socks on them, so don’t take that to heart. I sat on the edge of my tub, removed the footies, and rinsed my feet off. My feet had absolutely no irritation at all. I was thrilled by that. The only thing I noticed were crease lines from wearing the packets with socks over them, lol. I took and attached a photo of my feet right after I rinsed them off. My feet felt nice and soft, and that’s all I noticed right after the fact.

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Day two, just regular feet, lol.

Day three, again, regular beautiful feet, lol.

Day four, wow did things change. I got up, got in the shower, and when I went to dry off…big changes. I forgot for a second that I had done the treatment. I say my feet, and was like…what the…, and then I remembered. It looked like my feet were peeling apart. My feet didn’t hurt one bit though, and that’s all that mattered to me at that point. It’s pretty wild how it works.

Over the next couple of days I had more peeling, and sloughing going on. It pretty much occurred on the sides and bottoms of my feet. There was no discomfort associated with this process whatsoever. My feet definitely feel softer. I did notice that peeling occurred faster if socks were worn. Warming your feet up must speeds up the process. I take very hot showers, and that’s where it first occurred for me.

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This was definitely a fun experience. It was fun pampering myself for a bit.It was so easy to do too. It’s nice getting my feet summer ready, lol. And in such an easy, affordable way.

If you would like to purchase this product, it can be seen here on Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00990KESK/ref=oh_aui_search_detailpage?ie=UTF8&psc=1

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