I used to have ok feet but some years spent teaching have taken their toll on my poor tootsies.
Religious about regularly slathering my feet with richly formulated creams or Vaseline and removing hard skin with a pumice, they still didn't improve, whereas beforehand this was enough. So when I heard of the new Footner Exfoliating Socks I was willing to give it a go, despite the £20 price tag.
In the pack you are supplied with a pair if exfoliating plastic socks containing glycolic acid which you don for an hour whilst the hard skin is removed to reveal newer skin. These were fine on my feet but probably the least attractive, do a little dance if you have to but be careful not to rip the socks! I wouldn't advise using these if you have sensitive, sore or cracked skin.
After a couple of days my feet were peeling a lot, but revealed improved skin.
I have a mixed verdict on these, the price is high and don't expect all the hard skin to be removed. It was improved but I still had to use the pumice stone.
If you want to try them and have the money then give it a go!
Have you got any effective products or methods for baby soft feet? If so, please comment below!
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