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Feet

I hate my feet.  Pretty much anyone who knows me, is aware.  It's a combination of genetics, running, and not taking care of them because of the above reasons.

The results are some pretty disgusting feet, which results in me disliking them.

One product I've been hearing about for months is Baby Foot so I decided to give it a try.

It took my feet about a week to be in full peel mold and they peeled for awhile, probably a week longer.  I feel like right now is a good time of year to give this a try since I'm not wearing any sandals!  Some people may find it gross, but I was excited to see it working.

The results:  Yes, my feet looked a lot better.  However, they are not baby feet.  I still have some callouses, but let's remember that my feet are probably an anomaly.  It did peel off the top layer of the callouses so at least they're not as big and crackly.  So that's good.

Overall, I would probably do it again because my feet are better and it was minimal effort!

No, this post does not include before/after photos.  Please see the note above about not especially liking my feet.  Feel free to do a google image search for before/after photos.

p.s. Read from others here and here.

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