We don’t know about you, but after months of wearing flip flops and ballet pumps, our feet are calling out for a little TLC! Pretty summer shoes aren’t the best for foot health, so if you’re now left wondering how to treat a cracked heel or how to remove a callus, you’re not alone.
But don’t worry! We’ve got your foot care needs covered with our Dr.Pedicure foot peel mask. The cult beauty favorite that’s guaranteed to restore your baby soft feet. So as the nights draw in, pop on Netflix and treat your tootsies to an indulgent pamper session.
My Skin is Becoming Dry and Flaky: What Can I Do To Help?
Dr.Pedicure is a miracle worker! Say goodbye to dry skin, cracked heels, and stubborn calluses as our simple, easy to use foot peel mask solves all your footcare woes in a single hour-long treatment. The mask uses glycolic acid to completely shed old, dead skin from your feet whilst added glycerol and arginine improve moisture levels to keep them softer and smooth for longer.
How Do I Use the Foot Peel?
We recommend using Dr.Pedicure as part of an indulgent home pedicure to give your feet one hell of a treat.
Before using the foot peel mask, soak your feet in warm water for 10 minutes, and relax. When time’s up, pat your feet dry and place them inside the booties provided. Secure using the enclosed adhesive tape and wear for one hour (ideally with a hot chocolate and movie in tow!).
Our top tip is to wear socks over the booties to lock in heat, which can speed up the peeling process.
After an hour, remove the booties and wash your feet with soap and water. Over the next 6-10 days, your dead skin cells will start to shed. You can let them fall naturally or use our foot files to gently remove the peeling skin and reveal your gorgeous baby soft feet even faster!
Is the grace & stella Foot Peel Mask Safe?
Ok, we admit it might look a little spooky to see all that skin peeling, but it’s nothing to be worried about!
The grace & stella foot peel is totally painless and doesn’t damage the healthy skin underneath all that dry, flaky stuff. Because you’re using acid, we do recommend only using the mask on healthy skin (so if you have any small cuts, just make sure they’ve healed up first), but other than that, you’re good to go!
Dermatologists agree that glycolic acid is safe in over the counter cosmetic products. Still, if you’re pregnant, nursing or diabetic, we advise you have a chat with your derm before using the foot peel, just so they’re up to date!