As a busy, working single mom and college student, I can’t always make it to a spa, much less afford it. I’m all about in-home beauty treatments, and foot peels are a treatment I keep up with.
I discovered the Baby Foot exfoliating foot peel via a video review on my PopSugar Roku channel. I watched the video, was stunned by the results, and I bought my first Baby Foot package. After the peel, my feet were as smooth as a baby’s, literally, for about three months. I became addicted to the softness of my feet, and now I do an in-home foot peel every three months.
Watch PopSugar’s Review of The Baby Foot Exfoliating Foot Peel
The Baby Foot peel is not the only product of its kind on the market. I personally prefer Lavinso’s foot exfoliation peel because, unlike the Baby Foot brand, each package comes with two pairs of exfoliating packets, which means I’m covered for six months. My only complaint against Lavinso’s product is that the plastic packets that hold the formula do not form around the ankle very well. So, I’m basically restricted to one spot on my sofa for the 60-minute processing of the product. Also, the peel formula did not reach the top of my feet, as the Baby Foot product does in the PopSugar review video. However, overall, I’m very pleased with Lavinso’s product, and I understand why it is an Amazon Choice item. I have yet to try Sephora’s foot peel and other brands.
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As an athlete for over 19 years and a broke single mom for most of that time, I created brokesinglemomfitness.com, now LLAFIT.com, to aid anyone who believes the road to fitness requires a lot of cash or time. In reality, the way to fitness is paved with knowledge and firm principles; teaching readers how to master both is the goal of this site. LLAFIT – Lifelong Applied Fitness