How To Use Baby Foot


The very first thing that needs to be done is the patch test. Do this two days before using the actual Baby Foot product. If you experience any redness, swelling, itchiness, eczema or inflammation of the skin within 48 hours of application, stop using Baby Foot.

Before using Baby Foot, make sure to remove any nail polish from your toe nails. The Baby Foot will ruin any that you have on.

When using Baby Foot, you first need to clean your feet. Results will be more effective if your feet have soaked in water first. While your feet are drying, cut out what you will need to cover you foot. Make sure to cut along the dotted line of the Easy Pack.

After that, cover your feet with the Easy Pack. Secure it with the attached adhesive tape by placing it around each ankle. Next, put a pair of socks over the Baby Foot plastic foot packs and soak your feet in the gel for 2 hours to allow the gel to be absorbed. Try not to let the gel spread.

After the two hours are up, take the Easy Pack off, then wash your feet gently with soap. Make sure that after you wash off the gel, you wash the gel off of the bath tub. The dead skin cells will start to become fry between 2 days and 3 weeks after the initial application.

Don’t forcefully remove the dead skin cells when the peeling starts. You could cause damage to the skin. Don’t apply anything to the foot and let it naturally recover. Make sure to wear socks so that the dead skin will peel and not be all over the floor.

Category : Blog Posted on April 30, 2014