What is the Baby Foot peel?
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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.[/two_third][one_third is_last=”true”][/one_third][/layout]
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:
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.