Holika Holika Baby Silky Foot Mask

I found this foot peeling mask from Holika Holika whilst looking for a cheaper alternative to the classic BabyFoot. For those who don’t know the concept, it’s basically a gel mask which you apply to your feet, wash off, and about a week later your feet begin literally ‘peeling’ layers of dead skin, leaving you eventually with beautifully soft feet. The process itself is a bit gross, but the effect is great! This single-use set from Holika Holika came with a set of plastic socks and a packet of liquid. After showering I put on the socks and poured the liquid inside, tying them to make sure it was secure on my feet, then left for an hour and a half before washing off the residue. For about a week after the treatment there was no change at all (l was starting to wonder if it was actually working) but then sure enough it all started peeling at once (the really gross part!) I find that gently rubbing your feet under running water is the quickest way to get rid of all the dead skin. After a few days it had all come off and my feet were left amazingly soft and smooth – like the name ‘baby foot’! I think using these peeling masks is the most effective way to exfoliate your feet, especially if you have a lot of hard/rough skin which is difficult to get rid of. I would however recommend using it a couple of weeks in advance of a special occasion or holiday to make sure that it’s fully worked before the date – I definitely wouldn’t want anyone to see my feet during the ‘peeling’ phase! Overall I would recommend this mask from Holika Holika – it’s effective, easy to use and just as good as BabyFoot, for about 1/4 of the price: a set from HH costs about £4 as opposed to roughly £16!

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