Baby Foot Foot Peel at LeBeau Clinic in Pensacola FL

March 19, 2014 by Sheree Garman No Comment

What is the Baby Foot peel?  

It’s a boxed kit that contains a pair of plastic booties pre-filled with an exfoliating gel made from natural extracts and fruit acids. 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. Anywhere from a few days to a couple weeks post-treatment, the skin begins to peel off painlessly and naturally, revealing the smooth, soft skin underneath.

How it works:

After removing toenail polish, you will wash and dry your feet and then slip them into the two provided plastic booties, which contain the fruit-acid solution. Kick back for an hour while the Baby Foot acids work their way into your callouses. This might feel a little tingly but shouldn’t burn or feel uncomfortable. Next, slip off the booties and rinse your feet. The rest is a waiting game until your feet to begin to slough off cells days or weeks later.


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What it costs:

A one-treatment Baby Foot application kit is priced at $35.

Where to get it:

Baby Foot can be purchased at at LeBeau Clinic in Pensacola or at www.lebeauskin.com

The Baby Foot Experience:

  • Soak your feet for about 10 minutes to soften up the skin
  • Place the booties on both feet and secure around each ankle using the enclosed pieces of adhesive tape.
  • Wear the booties for one hour to allow the product to absorb.
  • After one hour, remove the booties and wash your feet
  • The dead skin cells will begin to peel from 2-7 days after the initial application
  • The dead skin cells could continue to peel naturally up to two weeks, depending on the amount of dead skin on the feet, leaving your feet soft and smooth, just like a baby’s foot.

Note: Before you put the booties on, make sure you have whatever you need; Baby Foot booties are not made for walking; They’re very slippery!

How often can you do the treatment?

You can apply Baby Foot as often as once a month.  A treatment once every two to three months is recommended to keep feet soft and can even stretch your time between pedicures, which will can money. pics

About Author

Sheree Garman is the Office Manager at LeBeau Clinic. She handles the day to day operations of the clinic and helps keep everything running smoothly. She is a native of Pensacola. When she's not at the office, Sheree enjoys spending time with her husband and two young daughters.
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1020 North Palafox Street
Pensacola, Florida 32501
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