Pedi Pamper Foot Peel Mask Treatment sold by Foot Peel
I have seen a lot of reviews and YT videos for foot peels and they were interesting to say the least! I have always suffered from rough, dry feet (especially in the winter), so I thought I would finally take the plunge and try this little bit of sorcery out for myself. On one of my typical wild and crazy Saturday nights, I hunkered down with a glass of wine, comfy pajamas and my foot peel, and got to work. I followed the very brief instructions provided and cut open the top of the booties and stuck my clean, dry feet inside. I taped them up so they were nice and tight, put a pair of them thar fancy hospital socks over them, and waited the requisite 60-70 minutes to let magic happen.
Once the 70 minutes was up (yes, I went for the gusto), I removed the booties and rinsed my feet in clean warm water. I put the fancy hospital socks back on and waited.
I should tell you, to move the peeling process along you should soak your dogs in warm water for at least 10 minutes a day. I did this each night before bed.
I knew from watching the vids and reading the reviews that patience is a virtue when it comes to foot peels, but the anticipation was killing me. I am a picker, I admit, and I couldn’t wait to get to peeling away the roughness and exposing my baby soft feet.
By Monday, there was a bit of peeling around my toes. OK, no big woop. They say to let the peeling happen naturally so I did my very best to leave the tootsies alone, but mindlessly I picked.
But on Wednesday, the real magic happened. After my a.m. shower, I checked my feet and oh lawd, were they ripe for the pickin’!
Sorry, but couldn’t resist. I got busy peeling. And it was AH-MAZ-ING!
By the end of the day, all of the rough, dry skin was gone and I was left with nothing but baby soft feet and a pile of foot peelings (gross but true). By feet are soft and smooth and all that rough stuff around my heels is gone. This stuff is phenomenal.
Nasty, sorry. Any red peeling you see came from around my toes, where it took some of the polish with the skin.
A few notes:
If you are sensitive to smell, the strong scent is based on the 6-powerful plant based extracts and 5 alphahydroxy acids in this skin peel mask. I didn’t really think too much about it. It didn’t smell that bad to me at all.
There is zero pain. It should not cause any discomfort at all, but I did find that a small, slightly healed cut on my toe did sting while in the booties, clearly from the acid(s).
Also, it’s gonna wreck your pedicure. The alcohol and salicylic acid will dissolve your polish, so I strongly suggest either doing this when you're ready for a new pedi, or on bare toes.
Bottom line on Pedi Pamper? GO FOR IT. I loved it, it worked and I will do it again in a few months when winter starts wrecking havoc on my feet.
Important Information (based on their Amazon listing):
Dead skin cells will start to peel between 3 - 7 days after your initial application. Do not forcibly remove dead skin cells. It will exfoliate gently and naturally. In some instances the skin may become dry until the peeling begins. Should this occur, moisturize lightly and sparingly. Peeling time varies and can take up to 2 weeks to complete, depending on the amount of the dead skin on the feet. If you feel that a second application is needed, wait 2 weeks after the 1st treatment and reapply.
1. Cut open your booties along the line at the top. 2. Put your Pedi Pamper booties on your feet. 3. Put your regular socks OVER THE TOP of the booties 4. Leave your peel on for 60 to 90 minutes 5. Remove the booties after 60-90 minutes and DISCARD! Rinse your feet. 6. The peeling will start on your feet in the next 3-4 days. The peeling will be completed in 7 days (some people can take a little longer) FOR BEST RESULTS - Soak your feet for 10 minutes every day.