Baby Foot fits women's U.S. sizes 4-12 or men's US sizes 4-11, or 29 cm.
No, Baby Foot is not for every day use. Only one application is needed. In two to seven days, your foot's skin will start to peel. Since everyone is unique, the results may vary from individual to individual.
One application is all that is needed for most people; however in some cases, it is difficult to remove all dead skin cells with one application when the layer of the dead skin cells is very thick due to years of accumulation. In this case, wait at least two weeks before you administer a Baby Foot treatment again. It may be more effective if you use right after taking a shower, when the skin is soft.
Avoid using Baby Foot if you have any skin problems or allergic conditions. Though the Baby Foot lotion is gentle enough for sensitive skin we always recommend discussing your skincare regime with your physician.
Use Baby Foot when you are pedicure and gel nail free. Baby Foot may remove the pedicure or damage the gel nail.
Playing sports may be dangerous immediately after using Baby Foot since the layer of dead skin cells is preparing to peel. The skin beneath the dead skin cells is also very sensitive due to the treatment, so avoid sports and any vigorous activity if using Baby Foot.
Avoid using Baby Foot during pregnancy or lactation since during this time, the skin is more sensitive due to your body's change in hormones.
Baby Foot targets only the dead skin cells and doesn't have a direct effect on corns, calluses, or warts.
We recommend trying a patch test. Apply a small amount of the Baby Foot lotion with a cotton swab, on the affected foot area. If it there is not a reaction, it is okay to use Baby Foot.
It's recommend that you do not to use Baby Foot until your feet have healed from cuts, scratches, and scars. The lotion may make wounds sting.
Baby Foot is widely used by people who are concerned about dry and rough soles or who have cracked heels. If you have cuts and cracks on your feet, the lotion may cause stinging. We recommend consulting your physician before use. Conversely, if there is a reaction, discontinue use and see your physician.
We recommend consulting with your physician before using any new skincare products. For a Baby Foot patch test, apply a very small amount of lotion onto the soft part of the sole such as the arch of the foot and leave it for two hours. After two hours, wash the area gently clean with soap and then air-dry. Stop using Baby Foot if there is any redness, swelling, itchiness, eczema or inflammation of the skin within 48 hours of using application.
It may take two to seven days to start peeling. You may notice that the sole will turn white and rough before it peels. This is an indication that the dead skin cells are ready to shed.
Because the Baby Foot lotion is applied to dead skin, there is basically no pain as the dead skin peels off naturally.
If you experience pain or strong irritation while soaking into lotion, you must stop usage immediately. Baby Foot contains alcohol, so if you are sensitive to alcohol, your skin may react to the lotion. In this event, immediately discontinue use of Baby Foot and wash off the lotion from the feet. We recommend that you consult your physician if there is still any pain, itchiness or adverse reactions. Since everyone is unique, Baby Foot may have a different effect from individual to individual.
Normal, undamaged skin does not peel off with the dead skin. The Baby Foot lotion decomposes only desmosomes located between the healthy dermic layer and the old dead skin layer. The lotion assists in the peeling of the dead skin, it doesn't affect the normal, undamaged skin.
Once you have completed the two hour treatment in the booties, you may remove your feet from the booties and wash your feet.
As long as your foot is soaking in the lotion and wrapped in the foot pack, it is okay to walk around. Be careful as the lotion may drip or leak as you move around.
One of Baby Foot's main ingredients is Pyroligneous Acid, the main ingredient of Baby Foot. Pyroligneous Acid, also known as wood vinegar, is the liquid extracted from carbonization, which occurs when wood is heated in an airless container during charcoal production. Its smell resembles vinegar because it contains acetic acid.
Immediately wipe the surface lightly with a damp towel using lukewarm water. The spill may discolor the surface since the main component of the Baby Foot lotion is Pyroligneous Acid, also called wood vinegar.
Please wait at least two weeks after the initial application as during this waiting period, your sole will peel.
You may use Baby Foot once a season or about once every three months. The frequency may vary slightly since everyone's skin and dead skin cell accumulation is different.
To not compromise the Baby Foot treatment, we recommend not putting any moisturizers on the feet and to leave them as they are. If you are concerned about the dryness and decide to use a moisturizer, use a gentle lotion or gel that is alcohol and oil free.
After applying Baby Foot, the sole sometimes hardens and cracks, or becomes dry or powdery. These are normal indications that the skin is preparing to peel. Allow up to seven days for the skin to peel off.
If you did not experience the desired results, we recommend trying Baby Foot again after a two-week waiting period. Results may vary between individuals but many Baby Foot customers have achieved the results in the second and third applications.
If the dead skin cells are very thick, it may be difficult to remove the dead skin cells with only one application. In this case, please do not force the removal of dead skin cells by yourself. Instead, wait two weeks and try a second Baby Foot treatment.
Peeling usually starts five to seven days after the treatment and is complete after two weeks. However, results vary and in some cases, peeling occurs in 10 to 14 days after the treatment.