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Foot Peels vs. Traditional Exfoliants

There are many ways to exfoliate your feet and most of them don’t require an hour of application time. But how do these methods compare to using a foot mask? Here’s how the most popular foot exfoliant options measure up to Baby Foot.

Pumice Stone

One of the most common foot exfoliant methods involves using a pumice stone. You rub this porous stone over your feet and it takes the skin off as it goes. Simply rub until the skin is gone and end up with beautiful feet.

While pumice stones are touted as easy to use, many people find that they take too much skin off their feet. You don’t want raw, red, painful feet! The chemicals in Baby Foot are designed to only take off certain layers of skin – specifically, the ones that are already dead. When you use it, you don’t run the risk of over-exfoliating your feet.

Foot Scrub

You can create a foot scrub at home by mixing sugar or Epsom salts with lotion or other oil-based product. Rub this on your feet and it will take off all of the dead skin.

While this sounds great, it doesn’t always work as well in practice. The salt or sugar can dissolve before it’s effective. It can also be hard to reach dead skin between your toes or around your toenails. Because the Baby Foot foot mask soaks into your feet over an hour, it gets everywhere you have dead skin. You won’t end up missing spots when you choose the Baby Foot peel!

Don’t take our word for it! Try it for yourself! Order your own Baby Foot foot mask today and decide for yourself which foot exfoliant is best for you. You may end up finding your favorite new foot product!