Since your feet deserve to look and feel their best no matter the season, consider treating them to a foot peel mask. These masks essentially look like paper booties, with a formula on the inside designed to exfoliate and nourish the skin to reveal smooth, soft feet. All you have to do is slip your feet into them, relax in them for at least an hour and simply let the magic happen. It’s important to note these should only be used once.
While you typically won’t see results immediately, all the dead skin will start to peel away within days or one to two weeks (a gross but satisfying experience).
Below, these three face masks are some of the best you can buy for achieving supple feet. Read on to discover them all.
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1. Soft Touch Foot Peel Mask
Soft Touch’s popular foot mask features papain and aloe vera extract to deeply exfoliate and moisturize. It’s also designed to show results in as short as one week.
Pros: This mask is also suitable for people with large feet, as it can fit up to a size 11 in men’s shoes. It comes with two pairs.
Cons: Some users may experience a slight tingling sensation upon application.
2. Purederm Foot Peeling Mask Set
Purederm Foot Peeling mask is rich in exfoliating AHAs to help shed dead skin, as well as humectants like honey — which trap and seal moisture to nourish the skin.
Pros: It also features lemon, which replenishes and gives the mask a citrusy scent. This set comes with three pairs of booties for an even greater value for the money.
Cons: You may have to leave these on for longer than suggested to actually see results. These aren’t suitable for people with large feet, women’s size 9 and over.
3. Bealuz Foot Peel Mask
Bealuz’s mask boasts fruit and lactic acids, which deeply penetrate the skin to break down and remove dead layers and are safe enough to use on sensitive skin.
Pros: It’s also infused with lavender and milk extracts to give skin a silky smooth feel. It comes with two pairs.
Cons: Some users may find the formula easily leaks out of the boot upon cutting a hole in the top.
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