There are times when a more intense hydration of the skin is not enough to make your feet look perfect, times when it is necessary peeling and exfoliation, so that improves the appearance of corns or calluses. It is not merely a matter of aesthetics, not having feet in good condition can cause pain. And the truth is that, aesthetically speaking, dry feet with corns are not at all pleasant, whatever the time of year. The socks peeling mask and exfoliantion with glycolic acid and lactic acid, are a great and natural proposal to get to look soft and beautiful feet easily.
Soft look perfect feet with the socks peeling mask with glycolic acid and lactic acid
Thanks to its CLEAN formula, a combination of triple acid (Lactic, Glycolic and Salicylic) and 99% of natural ingredients, this masks eliminate dead skin and corns, soften the skin and hydrate thanks to its natural extracts.
At the same time, they have the double layer technology that causes a sauna effect, ideal for maximizing results. All you need to do is put on your socks and mask for 90-120 minutes and wash your feet when you remove them. After 7-10 days, the peeling will start and the feet will be soft.
99% of natural origin ingredients and vegan
The ingredients are the key to achieving effective results from the first use. It is recommended to use them once every 2/3 months:
Glycolic acid: Deep exfoliation
Lactic acid: Softens and improves the appearance of the skin
Salicylic acid: Helps exfoliating the skin
Lavender: Its soft fragrance favors a relaxing general harmony
Don’t pull your skin out or moisturize
For an optimal result, it is important not to fall into the temptation of removing dead skin, nor moisturize your feet until the exfoliation is complete, because if you do so you could slow down the exfoliation process, which lasts several days. In fact, you’ll see how little by little and day after day the dead skin will fall off and in the end your feet will remain perfect.
Of course, you should avoid using this product if you suffer from irritation, sensitive skin, onychomycosis, athlete’s foot and other forms of open/irritated skin on your feet.