The New York Times just figured out that a lot of amazing beauty products come from Korea (think BB cream, oil-based cleansers, etc.) which made a lot of us let out a resounding DUH.
In the middle of a hard eye roll, I was about to stop reading until I saw this:
Alpha-hydroxy acid-based peeling foot masks that remove layers of dead skin have been gaining followers here, the most popular being Baby Foot. (Best not to Google the product. Eeew.)
Those are fighting words. Layers of dead skin being removed from gross feet? Best not to Google it? Are they kidding? Do they know who I am? Do they know how much time I have spent watching blackhead removal videos? Sure enough, I was not disappointed.
WARNING: Researching this definitely made me feel a little nauseated after a while, but it's so worth it.
OK, here we go:
These magical molting socks are actually pretty easy to use.
You put on a pair of plastic socks that have magic "extracts" on the bottom.
Keep your feetsies wrapped for about an hour and then take off the plastic socks and rinse your feet.
As the week goes on, the dead skin on your feet will start peeling off.
Yep. That's from a cream. A cream did that.
This should be required grooming.
Feet can ditch their bad rep! Molting is healthy! Molting is green! Molting is gluten-free!
Wanna know what it's like to shed skin like a snake? Same.
Now go order these in bulk and give them to everyone at Thanksgiving, Christmas, Hanukkah, Festivus, Valentine's Day, birthdays, and weddings.