Korean Foot Peels – Yay or Nay?

With summer at its peak right now, every day is sandal weather. I am not complaining, as the sun is lovely, but for this my feet needed some serious TLC. Korean foot peels have been on the market for quite a while now, but there has always been a part of me that either thought it would do some serious damage to my feet, or do nothing at all but take my money. But hey, I wouldn’t be a good blogger if I weren’t to investigate it for you. So here we have it!

Oh K! Peeling Foot Mask Claims

“A gentle, yet thorough exfoliating treatment for tired, dry feet.

Created to completely rid the feet of dead skin cells, the Oh K! Peeling Foot Mask restores feet back to their best. The innovative two-step system works effectively to slough away dulling dead skin cells, callouses and flaking patches, leaving feat soft, supple and intensely hydrated.”

This kit contains

  • Peeling Serum
  • Treatment Socks

Directions

The process is very simple in itself, just pour the sachets of serum into the socks provided, use the ties to keep everything secure and leave on between 1 hour – 1 hour 30. Within 4 – 6 days, the skin will begin to peel, do not pick off, as it fall off naturally when ready.

Verdict

As the process takes almost a week to begin, it is difficult to initially work out whether it is working or not. What I expect was an intense tingling sensation from the serum itself, however it had a fruity apple scent, which I love, and only started to tingle when the timer was almost complete. There was no pain or burning sensation at all, which is what I expected considering it is a chemical peel.

Did it work?

Well I have to say it sure did. Its been about 2 weeks now and it is still peeling, so I going to probably exfoliate the last of it away, but a substantial amount of skin has come off so far. Also, the new skin appearing does not seem to be damaged, meaning the peel has only exfoliated the outer layer of skin, which is great. It is honestly shocking how rough my heels were in comparison to the way they are now, with very little work on my part.

*I know feet are a little grim but I thought to still add the transformation photos below, thought I would give some warning.*

 

Would I recommend peeling foot masks after this – well definitely yes! They are not painful at all and have such great results! Check out the Oh K! Peeling Foot Mask here!

 

 

 

*This post is not sponsored*

 

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10 thoughts on “Korean Foot Peels – Yay or Nay?

  1. I’ve heard alot about these foot peel masks and I’m definitely intrigued! Thanks so much for including pictures, I was so skeptical about them working but i think this proves that they do! I will give it a go for sure xx

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