They’re not pretty – I think both me and Mr BBB could get our feet in them! Inside the bag, which you seal with a tag, is a mix of glycerin, shea butter, peppermint, hyaluronic and eucalyptus – obviously there are more ingredients than that but they’re the highlights. I’ve done several of this type of foot treatment before (don’t confuse it with Babyfoot which sets off a hard skin peel that will last many days and you will shed like a lizard) and it’s always a bit of a weird sensation in that you feel like your feet are in custard.
You leave your feet in the bags for half an hour and once you’ve completed your mandatory lying down (walking is possible but not preferable), you massage in the remaining product. After that, I’d strongly suggest that you put on some socks for a while not only to keep the moisture locked in but also because there is inevitably residue. If you want to give your feet some proper attention with anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties and get them perfectly prepped for a lovely polish and some flip flops, Peppermint Toes is £10 HERE.
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