Baby Foot® Original Black Room Socks

$9.95

Recommended for use with Baby Foot exfoliant pack, these attractive Room Socks keep the Baby Foot sock packs snug and the gel close to the skin thereby accelerating the process.

Description

Recommended for use with Baby Foot® exfoliation packs, these attractive Room Socks offer comfort, softness and warmth while at the same time keeping the Baby Foot® bootie packs with the Baby Foot® gel close to the skin.

  •  By keeping the gel warm and close to the skin the exfoliation process is accelerated
  •  Soft, easy wearing all year round
  •  Warm, comfortable and soft
  •  A quality knit that makes them last and last, wash after wash
  •  Includes silicone anti-slip grippers
  •  Size: One size fits all
  •  By keeping the gel warm and close to the skin the exfoliation process is accelerated
  •  Soft, easy wearing all year round
  •  Warm, comfortable and soft
  •  A quality knit that makes them last and last, wash after wash
  •  Includes silicone anti-slip grippers
  •  Size: One size fits all

Questions?

Do I need to stay seated while I am using Baby Foot®?

You should remain seated or lie down during the treatment. We do not recommend walking around while having a Baby Foot® treatment. However, if you need to walk around, we advise wearing a pair of socks over your Baby Foot® booties.

Do I need to use Baby Foot® every day for two weeks?

No, only one application is necessary with a 1 hour treatment time. It may take a few days for peeling to start, and up to 10 days for the peeling process to be complete (results may vary between individuals).

Do I wash my feet after soaking?

Yes, remove the Baby Foot® booties after the 1 hour, then wash feet carefully.

Does Baby Foot® contain 2 plastic booties for use?

Yes, Baby Foot® packs contain 2 plastic booties – each containing a mess-free Baby Foot® formula.

My heel is very rough. Is it ok to use Baby Foot®?

Baby Foot® is widely used by people who experience dry and rough skin on their soles, heels and toes. This is the result of old, dead skin cells. However, if you have cuts and cracks, the gel may cause stinging. We recommend doing a patch test first.

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