October 11, 2016

Boscia Baby Soft Foot Peel Now Available

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If you haven’t checked out my Beauty Most Unusual Baby Foot post from a few years ago you REALLY need to get on that ASAP!

Guess who’s jumping on the Baby Foot Peel bandwagon? Boscia! Now you can get Boscia Baby Soft Foot Peel at Sephora.com.

This changes everything.

I’m not sure if Boscia Baby Soft Foot Peel is as strong as some of the Korean ones I’ve tried BUT I will say they are a good deal more expensive! A single pair is $20 bucks! According to Boscia their version is formulated with alpha hydroxy acids and fruit extracts and work in as little as eight to ten days to reveal smoother, softer feel.

Slip these little bottles on your feet for about 90 minutes (but don’t walk around with them) after you’ll wash and pat your feet dry and wait. Within 3 to 5 days dead skin cells will naturally peel off your feet (I don’t recommend picking or peeling the skin off as you’ll find your feet are very sensitive after using a foot peel! Just allow them to naturally fall away or wash off in the shower!). Results vary but most times I’ve used a foot peel it was pretty dramatic.

I’m curious about Boscia’s formula so, I’ll be checking these out.

Boscia Baby Soft Foot Peel is available now at Sephora.com.

Have you tried Korean foot peels?

Did you have dramatic results?

Do share!

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  • Nat

    I don’t anything can beat my dremel tool when it comes to soft feet. Every couple weeks I charge it up, and go to town with the sanding barrel! Then I slather my super smooth tootsies with JR Watkins Peppermint salve and pop on some fuzzy warm socks. It’s one of my fave beauty rituals. 😀

    • Isabella Muse

      haha I do the same! Once every two weeks I go to down with it! insta-baby soft feet!

  • Eraser

    I think that’s the price of the original Japanese Baby Foot, which is great. Once I tried a budget brand from Big Lots, made in Korea, and it did practically nothing. I’ll be eager to try this and if it works, I won’t have to wait for Baby Foot to come in the mail.

    • Isabella Muse

      Korean ones are around $7 to $10 per set. I agree! It’s nice not having to wait for airmail!

  • danadoo

    I am interested yet somewhat terrified of these! I would love the end result, but I don’t know if I could deal with peeling feet for a week, it just skeeves me out!

    • Isabella Muse

      the peeling is ok, my problem was the sensitivity. After using my feet felt very sensitive!

  • Christina Tran

    I am always curious about these, but I can’t use them because I lift heavy weights and was told that my feet would be too sensitive to lift weights for a week or so if I did this. Bummer! I don’t have calluses because I use a file and foot creams religiously, but it’s not like my feet are baby soft. LOL!

    • Carol

      I’ve used foot peels for over a year and have never had a problem with my feet feeling sensitive. My feet felt normal but extra soft and silky.

  • Melissa

    I’ve done the BabyFoot brand (you can get it on Amazon) – and especially if you haven’t gotten a pedicure in a while it’s really effective – moreso than a pedicure – but it doesn’t trim or paint my toenails, so I still get pedis every two weeks ;). The peeling IS super gross though, so I wouldn’t recommend doing them in the summer when people will see your feet, but they’re a staple for me in the winter. However …. I got a fish pedicure while on vacation this summer and that blew everything else out of the water and I am obsessed with trying to find somewhere to get another one …..

  • Carol

    I purchased a brand called Dream Feet at a local Asian supermarket . I paid around $8.00 which is inexpensive compared to the Bosnia brand. This product is amazing and left my feet feeling like silk. I had no problem with my feet feeling sensitive. The peeling started about 3 days later and my feet continued to peel for about 6 days. I’m hooked on this stuff because it removes more skin than a pedicure does. I live in Florida and wear sandals everyday so keeping my feet looking good is important to me.

    • Amy O.

      Thanks so much for this! I looked up Dream Feet on Amazon and I’m going to try that. It’s more affordable for me 🙂

  • Countess

    I’ve used the Baby Foot peel that you can buy on Amazon several times. It’s true that you never want to oull off the strands by hand because you can get all the way down to raw skin that way and your feet might even bleed. But these Korean peels really work. Especially for hardened cuticles and rough heels that simply won’t file off. The
    large skin pieces that slough off can be gross. But I find that I can accelerate that, without damage, by using a microfiber wash cloth on my feet in the shower after the first couple of days when the peeling starts, and not do any damage to the sensitive new skin underneath. Plus for in between maintenance I’ve fallen in love with the Kenzoki foot balm from Sephora. Really softens. And the fresh scent is divine. The Kenzoki Body cream is also very nice, with the same scent, for those non perfume days.