Does one pack of Baby Foot contain two booties?

Yes, Baby Foot packs contain two plastic booties – each containing Baby Foot formula.

Are the Baby Foot booties reusable?

No, they are single use only.

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, heels and toes. This is the result of old, dead skin cells. However, if you have cuts and cracks, the gel may cause stinging. We recommend doing a patch test first.

Can I use Baby Foot when I have tinea, corns or psoriasis?

Baby Foot may be applied when skin conditions such as corns, tinea or psoriasis are present. We recommend doing a patch test first and cease using Baby Foot if any redness, swelling, itchiness, eczema, or inflammation to the skin occurs within 48 hours of application.

I want to try Baby Foot but I am going to be involved in intense sport or physical activity this week. Can I still use it?

Playing intense sport is not recommended immediately after using Baby Foot because the layers of dead skin cells are more susceptible to peeling, and the under layer of skin is quite sensitive

Who should NOT use Baby Foot?

You should avoid this peel if you have open cuts or sores, warts or any skin disease affecting the soles of your feet. People with very sensitive skin may find the strong acids too irritating. If you’re pregnant or breastfeeding, talk to your doctor.

Do I need to stay seated while I am using Baby Foot?

You should remain seated or lie down during the treatment. We do not recommend walking around while having a Baby Foot treatment. However, if you need to walk around, we advise wearing a pair of socks over your Baby Foot booties.

Can I leave Baby Foot on longer than one hour?

We reccommend using Baby Foot for only one hour. Leaving the treatment on for longer may over exfoliate your feet and lead to irritation.

Do I have to wash my feet after soaking?

Yes, remove the Baby Foot booties after the specified time, then wash feet carefully.

Why has Baby Foot worked really well in some areas and not others?

The gel may not be covering the areas of the foot evenly and may require a higher concentration level. Once you have Baby Foot on, distribute gel within the bootie to the areas in need of the most attention. It’s also helpful to wear socks while having a Baby Foot treatment to keep the gel close to your skin to assist with absorption.

How long does Baby Foot take to work?

After using Baby Foot, you can expect your feet to start peeling within three to seven days. Once the process begins, it should take seven to 10 days for your feet to fully peel. Results may vary between individuals. After applying your Baby Foot treatment, ensure your feet are thoroughly soaked on a daily basis to activate the process.

Will Baby Foot work faster if you remove the skin with your fingers or a foot file?

It’s tempting to want to “help” the peeling process along with your fingers or a foot file, but it’s not a good idea. You could remove skin before it’s ready, leaving the area raw, sore and exposed. Instead, rub your feet gently with your hands after bathing to encourage the peeling process.

How often can I use Baby Foot?

If your feet have a lot of dry skin build-up, you can do a second round after four weeks. For maintenance, use Baby Foot once every two months.

I did everything that the instructions said to, now it has been nearly 3 weeks since I tried Baby Foot and it seems to have no effect. Should I consider using it again if I haven’t experienced the full results?

If you applied Baby Foot and saw no results we recommend you try again after four weeks. If the skin on your feet is extremely thick it may take 2-3 applications for it to achieve the desired results and settle in to the quarterly application process. Results do vary for each person.

Can I use the Baby Foot gel on other parts of my body?

The Baby Foot formula is specifically designed for use on feet only. Applying to other areas, such as the face, may cause serious irritation.

Is Baby Foot cruelty free?

Yes. Baby Foot has not been tested on animals and does not contain any animal-related ingredients.

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