Review: Nature Republic Foot Peeling Mask

“You’re turning Korean,” says my husband pointing out that I watch Korean shows, eat Korean food and use Korean beauty products.  Kim chee,  Lee Min Ho, soju, and snail beauty creams.  These are a few of my favorite Korean imports.  Add the latest best seller at Nature Republic to that list – the Peeling Foot Mask.

A few weeks ago, some of us were gathered around my friend’s feet.  We were marveling at the dead, dry skin peeling off her feet revealing new baby soft skin beneath it.  I had to try it!! In my bathroom junk drawer (aka graveyard for beauty gadgets) I have that little paddle with sandpaper glued to it and the Pedi Egg which is pretty much an egg-shaped cheese grater, both of which require much labor with little results.p

I purchased my foot mask at Nature Republic for about $6.  Like most Asian facial masks, it comes it a foil pouch.  Inside the foil pouch are two clear plastic sock shaped bags with the liquid treatment inside.  I cut the plastic bags where indicated and slipped them on my feet.  I put a towel under my feet and relaxed with a good book for 90 minutes (the instructions say to leave it on for 60-90 minutes).  Finally, I took the bags off and them, dried my feet on the towel and rinsed with warm water.  You won’t see any difference for a few days.

Day 1 thru Day 3 there was no change.image  Day 4 was when the peeling really began. imageThe peeling continued for about another three days.  After all that peeling, I followed up with a moisture foot mask which I also purchased at Nature Republic for about $5.  There were still a couple of stubborn areas but they were much less calloused than before and I am happy with the overall result.

Click here to purchase:Nature Republic Foot Peeling Mask

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