Baby Foot: FAQs

Does Baby Foot contain 2 plastic socks for use?
Yes, Baby Foot pack contains a sock for each foot.
Is Baby Foot re-usable?
No, single use only.
How do I use Baby Foot?
Daily wet your feet thoroughly. While feet are wet, rub them with your hands to commence peeling.
Can I use Baby Foot when tinea, corns or psoriasis is present?
Baby Foot may be applied when skin conditions such as corns, tinea or psoriasis is present. Baby Foot assists in the management of these conditions.
I want to try Baby Foot but I am going to be actively involved in sport. Can I still use it?
Playing intense sport is not recommended immediately after using Baby Foot because the layer of dead skin cells is more susceptible to peeling, and the under layer of skin is quite sensitive.
Do I need to use Baby Foot every day for two weeks?
No, only one application is necessary, this involves a two hour soaking time. It may take 5-10 days for peeling to start. This process will be completed after two weeks (result may vary between individuals).
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 or old dead skin cells on their heel and toes. If you have cuts and cracks, the lotion may cause stinging. We recommend a patch test first.
Do I wash the foot after soaking?
Yes, remove the plastic socks after the two hours of soaking, then wash feet carefully.
Do I need to stay seated while I am using Baby Foot?
As long as the foot is soaking in the lotion, limited walking is permitted. Watch for dripping or leaking lotion.
After using Baby Foot, the dryness of the sole really bothered me. Can I use some moisturizing care?
We recommend avoiding the use of moisturizers during the peeling time. If the dryness is severe, moisturize lightly with an oil free product.
It has been one week since I used Baby Foot, but no dead skin cells have peeled off. How long do they take to peel off?
Peeling usually starts after 1-2 weeks and is complete after three weeks. Results vary however and in some cases peeling occurs between 2 to 14 days. During the 7-10 day period after using Baby Foot, ensure your feet are thoroughly wet on a daily basis. Whilst your feet are wet, rub them with your hand to commence the peeling process. Do not use the foot paddle
I followed the instructions exactly but a crack appeared after eight days and then disappeared. Now it has been three weeks since I tried Baby Foot and it seems to have no effect. My dead skin cells are probably too thick. If I use it again, will it have any effect?
Yes. If you haven't seen any results, we recommend you to try it again after a four week interval. Extreme cases may require 2-3 applications before settling down to a quarterly application period. Results may vary between individuals.
Why has Baby Foot has not worked in some places as well it has in as others? 
The gel may not be covering the areas of the foot requiring a higher concentration level. Once you have Baby Foot on distribute gel to the areas in need of the most attention.
  • Limit walking around whilst using Baby Foot
  • Do not allow contact with your eyes (If gel comes into contact -rinse eyes thoroughly with saline or water and consult your doctor)
  • Do not expose to extremely high temperatures
  • Do not use near naked flame
  • Keep out of reach of children
  • A patch test is recommended
  • Avoid use on skin which is predisposed to allergies or if you have sensitive skin
  • Discontinue use if swelling, itchiness, inflammation or other skin symptoms occur
  • Not recommended for use by diabetics
  • Not recommended for use while pregnant or breast feeding
  • Consult your doctor if the symptoms persist.
How to Use Baby Foot
Patch Test
A patch test is recommended 2 days before using Baby Foot.

Make a small cut in the corner of the Baby Foot pack and apply a small amount of the gel to the instep of your foot and leave it for two hours.

Seal off the foot pack immediately after opening to avoid exposure to the air.

After one hour, wash the patch tested area with soap.

Cease using Baby Foot if any redness, swelling, itchiness, eczema or inflammation of the skin occurs within 48 hours of application.
Baby Foot Application
  • Remove nail polish from toe nails
  • Wet feet thoroughly. This will soften the skin thus allowing maximum penetration of the gel
  • Cut along the dotted line and place foot in pack. Repeat for second foot
  • Secure packs with attached adhesive tape as indicated below
  • Soak feet in the gel for 1 hour to allow the gel to be absorbed
  • Place a pair of socks over the Baby Foot plastic foot packs and leave on for the 1 hour duration
  • Remove the packs and wash feet gently with soap
  • Dead skin cells will start to peel between 2 days and 3 weeks after initial application.
  • Do not forcibly remove dead skin cells when peeling begins.
  • In some instances the skin may become dry and scaly until peeling begins. Should this occur, moisturize lightly and sparingly with an oil-free beauty care product.
  • Peeling time may vary from person to person and can take up to 3 weeks to occur.
  • If your feet have a dry skin build up, we recommend a second application of Baby Foot 4 weeks after the first application.
Baby Foot Ingredients

The Main Component - Pyroligneous Acid

  • Fruit Acid is collectively referred to as Lactic Acid, Glycolic Acid, Malic Acid, Citric Acid, and Citrus Acid, which are fully contained within fruit.
  • The advantageous effect of Fruit Acid can be seen from some episode such as that Cleopatra, the Queen of ancient Egypt, loved to take a milk bath, which contains a plenty of Lactic Acid to maintain her blooming complexion.
  • French people also washed their face by old wine which affects keeping the skin smooth and supple.
  • Fruit Acid includes the nutrient for cells because it formed naturally and the reason why Fruit Acid is very gentle on the skin compared to other acids.
  • Fruit Acid is now formulated for not only face cleaning form but also chemical peel as it supports to improve and make the texture of the facial skin smooth by removing its damaged outer layers, and beautifying the skin.
13 Types of Natural Extracts

Baby Foot contains 17 kinds of natural extracts which have a high moisturizing power and astringency, thus the sole becomes smooth after peeling. The objective is not only to peel the dead skin cells off, but also to maintain the grain of the skin and to add moisture to the skin.
  • Citrus Aurantium Dulcis (Orange) Oil
  • Citrus Grandis (Grapefruit) Peel Oil
  • Salvia Officinalis (Sage) Extract
  • Clematis Vitalba Leaf Extract
  • Citrus Medica Limonum (lemon) Fruit Extract
Camellia Sinensis Leaf Extract / Equisetum Arvense Extract / Nasturtium Officinale Extract / Saponaria Officinalis Leaf Extract / Arctium Lappa Root Extract / Spiraea Ulmaria Extract / Hedera Helix (Ivy) Extract / Dipotassium Glycyrrhizate / Cymbopogon Schoenanthus Oil / Fucus Vesiculosus Extract / Chamomilla Recutita (Matricaria) Flower Extract / Houttuynia Cordata Extract