FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions
BabBaby Foot is designed specifically to remove unwanted dead skin cells from your feet. It's effective, effortless and very simply to use.
How many treatments does Baby Foot contain?
Baby Foot contains one pair of gel-infused foot wraps.
Is Baby Foot reusable?
No, Baby Foot is single use only.
Can I use Baby Foot when tinea, corns, or psoriasis is present?
Our Baby Foot treatment may be used when skin conditions such as these are present. We always recommend that you spot test an area for comfort and to ensure you don’t encounter any skin irritations. If you experience any discomfort during the one hour treatment, discontinue use immediately.
I am diabetic, can I use Baby Foot?
Because we are not experts in diabetic care and each case varies by individual, please consult with your physician first.
Is Baby Foot okay to use while I am pregnant or nursing?
Pregnant and nursing mothers are typically advised to avoid all cosmetic peels in general. Baby Foot is a peel, therefore, we would not recommend it while pregnant or nursing. However, you may always consult with your doctor.
What natural extracts are in the Baby Foot formula?
Apple extract, Bladderwrack, Burdock Root, Camel Grass, Chameleon, Chamomile, Clematis, Grapefruit, Horsetail Herb, Ivy, Lemon extract, Meadowsweet, Orange extract, Sage, Soapwort, Tea Plant, and Watercress.
I’m an animal lover. Is Baby Foot tested on animals?
No way! Absolutely not! Would never even think about it! And we have the certificate to prove it.
Should I remove my nail polish prior to using Baby Foot?
It is not necessary to remove your nail polish. There is an extremely slight chance that Baby Foot may remove your polish during treatment. We have been told by our loyal customers that putting petroleum jelly over your toe polish will prevent that.
Will Baby Foot fade my tattoo?
Baby Foot is a peel, so there is a possibility. However, most people experience limited peeling on the tops of their feet.
How often can I use Baby Foot?
Baby Foot is great to use anytime that you notice a buildup of rough skin. This will vary by individual but can be anywhere from every 2 weeks to every 2 months.
Do I have to stay seated during the treatment as recommended in the directions?
It is recommended to stay seated due to the slippery nature of the gel inside the foot wraps. If you must be mobile, we suggest adding socks or shoes over the foot wraps to help with stability while moving. Bonus—heat can intensify the results, so adding socks--kinda rocks.
It has been one week since I used Baby Foot, but I have not started peeling. Is it going to work?
Peeling typically begins within the first week after treatment but could take up to two weeks. Try soaking your feet to kick start the peeling and add Epsom salt to your foot bath if possible. If you have any further questions, drop us an email at
After using Baby Foot, I noticed that I still had some dead skin on the soles of my feet. When can I use Baby Foot again?
Wait at least two weeks and peel again.