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Come a New Foot Peel

Come a New Foot Peel

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Regular price $14.99 USD
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Our Come a New Foot Peel contains natural fruit acids that penetrate, break down, and shed away skin; assisting in eliminating calluses, foot odors, dry feet and bacteria; while unearthing new, soft, healthy, hydrated skin.   


GET RID OF ODORS
A new fresh foot also means you can be free of odor and athlete’s foot. These problems are caused by the buildup of dead skin and fungus. The moisturizing fruit-based acid we use will help you get rid of cracks and scales, sealing off the areas where odor starts. 
 
COME A NEW
When our Come a New Foot Peel is done working its magic, you’re able to start your foot care from square one. We recommend a foot peel at the beginning of each season change; or once a month.
 
HYDRATED, HEALTHY SKIN
A fresh layer of new skin without cracks, calluses or bumps to look at anymore. The new cells are able to take in moisture from your body and the environment more easily to maintain their shiny new state. Especially in the winter when the air is dry, you won’t need to worry about lotions and creams to keep your feet from getting dry

 


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    BENEFITS OF A FOOT PEEL

    Assist skin cell turnover

    Reveals soft new skin

    Assist with odors

    Helps with calluses & fungus 

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    HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE FOR YOUR FOOT TO START PEELING?

    On average, it takes 2-3 days for your feet to start peeling.

    Pre soaking your foot in water before and soaking your feet  in water after will assist the peeling process.

    Moisturizing will assist the peeling process and hydrate new skin.

    The total peeling process can take up to 14 days.

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    INGREDIENTS

    Aqua, Alcohol, Propylene, Glycol, Urea, Glycolic Acid, Lactic Acid, Salicilic Acid, Polyquaternium-1-, pEG-40, Hydrogenated Castor Oil, Tocooherol, Lavandula, Angustifolia, (Lavender Oil) Sodium Hydroxide