10 Best Foot Peels For Baby Soft Skin

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Foot Peels

We probably use peels on our face, but have you ever considered doing one on your feet? There are lots of reason to do a foot peel or foot peel mask, and there are lots of ways to do so — from a pumice stone (you’ve probably seen this done during a pedicure at the salon), exfoliating creams, even multi-tasking your tried-and-true face scrub.

But there are also peels made especially for the feet, and it’s important to give them a try. We put our feet through a lot, from walking and running to wearing uncomfortable shoes. Don't you deserve to use the best foot peel and treat your feet to some pampering?

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No one wants to have gnarly, rough and peeling feet (so not cute!), and these foot peels can go a long way.

1. Baby Foot Exfoliant Foot Peel

The Original Baby Foot Peeling Mask is made with 17 natural ingredients and botanical extracts. Baby Foot restores your feet to the smooth, soft feet you once had in as little as two weeks.


2. Boscia Baby Soft Foot Peel

This is a natural exfoliating foot peel treatment, formulated with alpha hydroxy acids and fruit extracts, to reveal softer, smoother feet in as little as eight to 10 days.

(Sephora, $20)

3. Patchology PoshPeel Pedi Cure Intensive Foot Peel Treatment

Patchology's PoshPeel Pedi Cure Intensive Foot Peel Treatment is a luxurious, incredibly effective foot peel treatment. It progressively dissolves dead skin on your feet with a combination of powerful acids.

(Ulta, $35)

4. Gilden Tree 2-Sided Terra-Cotta Foot Scrubber

The Original Foot Scrubber, artisan-crafted patented design, is made of high-fired clay, does not wear out, and has two sides for easy scrubbing and buffing. It’s easy to hold and use, and is a natural pedicure tool to help remove dry, callused skin and cracked heels.


5. Kerasal Intensive Foot Repair

This foot peel combines both a foot exfoliator and foot moisturizer for complete care in one easy step. Its unique formula exfoliates dry, cracked skin and deeply moisturizes to help restore smooth, soft feet.


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6. Grace & Stella Dr. Pedicure Foot Exfoliating Mask

Dr. Pedicure is an innovative foot care product that will shred the old, dead, callused skin right off your feet. You will either absolutely love this mask or be totally grossed out by it, but being grossed out temporarily is definitely worth a long time of smooth skin and satisfaction.

(Grace and Stella, $13)

7. AmLactin Foot Repair Cream

AmLactin Foot Repair Cream is a patented formula with ULTRAPLEX, a powerful Alpha-Hydroxy Therapy. This rich, concentrated cream contains lactic acid (AHA) that gently exfoliates and is clinically proven to deeply hydrate. 


8. Lavinso Exfoliating Foot Peel Mask

So easy to use and you will see serious results, fast. Just cut the booties to make a hole for your feet to slip into. Seal it back and use for an hour, so the product’s gel will moisturize and exfoliate your skin.


9. Soft Touch Foot Peel Mask

This foot peel mask is made with natural ingredients and botanical extracts. Soft Touch Foot Mask is completely safe for use for men and women. It fits up to a size 11 man, so you can share it too!


10. Bariicare Foot Peel Mask

Anti-aging effects reduce fine lines and wrinkles while removing stubborn foot odor bacteria on your feet. This foot peel provides the results of beautiful baby soft skin that you deserve.


11. Dr. Entre's Exfoliating Foot Peel Mask

This foot mask uses carefully selected ingredients with skin smoothing and moisturizing ingredients to get rid of rough, dull, and dead skin calluses. What more could your feet ask for?


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