Foot Soak For Dead Skin That Actually Works

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This foot soak makes your feet shed it’s skin like a snake on steroids. Kinda gross, but effective!

It’s just about inevitable. No matter how much I pamper my feet, I eventually end up with dry, cracked heels that I can’t seem to get rid of. No matter how much lotion or cream I apply, they still look like dessert dirt that’s never been watered.

On my hunt for a remedy for this ugly problem of mine, I stumbled across a DIY foot soak  on Pinterest consisting of Listerine and vinegar. This sounded too good to be true, and it was. It basically just turned my feet blue and wasted 20 minutes of my life.

But because I was determined to have soft feet without cracks and dead skin, my hunt continued. And, let me tell you, it paid off! I found the ultimate foot soak that literally makes your feet shed its skin like a snake on steroids.
How To Make The Dead Skin On Your Feet Fall Right Off | This foot soak for dead skin means serious business! It's the ultimate soft feet remedy. It's a dead skin and callus remover that actually works. Perfect for dry, cracked heels! Instrupix.com

Pedi Pamper (found here on Amazon)

It’s basically a deep exfoliating mask made with glycol and alpha hydroxy acids inside of a pair of little plastic booties that you wear for a few hours, and then within a few days your skin just starts falling off. It’s kinda of gross (as you can see from the pictures), but once the skin is gone, you’re left with a brand new pair of baby soft feet. Pedi Pamper

The reviews are outstanding! Just check out these customer review pictures. There are dozens of them. Yuck! I hope you’re not eating dinner or anything right now.

How To Make The Dead Skin On Your Feet Fall Right Off | This foot soak for dead skin means serious business! It's the ultimate soft feet remedy. It's a dead skin and callus remover that actually works. Perfect for dry, cracked heels! Instrupix.com
Even Mom Knows Best had great reviews to share.

I’m definitely a fan, and plan on using this foot soak every spring just before flip flop weather. No more dry, disgusting feet for me!

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This blog is full of completely random stuff that I want to share with the world. I have fun creating what I call “Instructional Pictures” about food, tips, life and more, and that's how I came up with the oh-so brilliant name "Instrupix". :)

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