Is Baby Foot re-usable?
No. It’s “Single Use” only.
Do I need to stay seated while I am using Baby Foot?
It’s best to stay seated as the booties can be slippery. If you must walk, keep it limited. Enhance your experience by adding a pair of socks over the plastic booties and a pair of shoes. As long as your feet are soaking in the gel, you will get results.
Do I wash my feet after the 1 hour treatment?
Yes. After using the 1 hour treatment, remove and discard the plastic booties. Then, rinse feet thoroughly and wash with soap. It's best to sit in the shower or on the edge of the bathtub as you remove the booties. Use caution as your feet will be slippery from the gel.
After my treatment, how do I take care of my feet?
Bathe as usual. After bathing, gently rub your feet with your hands to begin the peeling process. Do not use a foot file and do not add lotion.
My feet are dry. Why can't I use lotion?
Lotion will interfere with the peeling process. If your feet are too dry, you may use a little oil-free lotion from time to time. You may use lotion as you normally would after the process is completed.
Will a daily foot soak accelerate the peeling process?
Yes. It's not required but it will really help.
Can I use Baby Foot when tinea, corns or psoriasis is present?
Baby Foot may be applied when skin conditions like tinea, corns or psoriasis are present. We recommend that you spot test an area to make sure that you don't experience stinging of the skin.
Do I need to use Baby Foot every day for two weeks?
No, only one application is necessary, which involves a one hour soaking time. It may take 3-7 days for peeling to start. The peeling process could take approximately two weeks. (Results will vary between individuals.)
I like having pedicures so why should I use Baby Foot?
Baby Foot is an additional treatment for your feet. We still love to have our toes polished and our feet massaged! Pedicures do not remove the dead layers of skin and the friction caused by scraping the dead skin cells creates a vicious spiral of accumulating more dead skin cells.
My heel is very rough. Is it ok to use Baby Foot?
Baby Foot is widely used by people who experience dry and rough skin on their soles or old, dead skin cells on their heels and toes.
It has been one week since I used Baby Foot, but no dead skin cells have peeled off. How long do they take to peel off?
Results will vary among individuals due to the thickness of the dead skin cells on the soles of the feet. Peeling usually begins within 3 - 7 days, but could be as long as 14 days. Soaking your feet daily will speed up this process. After bathing, gently rub your feet with your hands to begin the peeling process. Do not use a foot file or lotion.
After using Baby Foot, I noticed that I still had some dead skin cells on my soles. When can I use Baby Foot again?
You can use Baby Foot 2 weeks after your initial application.
How often do you recommend the use of Baby Foot?
Baby Foot can be used whenever you notice the buildup of dead skin cells. We recommend using it every 2 months. Remember, each individual timeframe will vary.
Will I experience other benefits by using Baby Foot?
Absolutely. You may experience the following: better balance, increased blood circulation, decrease in foot odor as well as improvement in Athlete’s foot.
Should I remove my nail polish before using Baby Foot?
You do not need to remove your nail polish. However, the fruit acids could possibly dull the polish.
Will Baby Foot fade my tattoo?
Baby Foot is a skin peel, so there is a possibility of fading. Most people, however, do not have a lot of peeling on the tops of their feet.
Can I use Baby Foot on my hands?
Yes, but the peeling will be on the palms of your hands.