This spray-on foot peel works in 60 seconds
- With the inability to make it to salons, people are turning to at-home remedies for their dead skin.
- The Lova Skin Instant Foot Peeling Kit claims to get rid of your dead skin in 30 to 60 seconds.
Insiderproducer Celia Skvaril tried it and spoke to podiatrist Marion Yau about it.
Following is transcript of the
Marion Yau: So, the instant foot peel is fantastic. It works instantly, obviously. And you only need to spray a few kind of spray in the areas where you want to treat. So, for you, it's on the top of the foot and especially around the heel area. I don't think it is like a chemical reaction where the solution or the liquid turns into a thickening kind of a layer and then it peels off, because when you put it on and then you roll it on the skin, actually the skin does become softer and the dead skin does go away. The skin is very, very dry around the big-toe area, around the middle of the foot, and especially around the heel, you really can see that white dryness there. And in the microscope, you can see that. It's really, really kind of layers, layers of dead, dry skin. And then afterwards, once you use the peel, it's nice and smooth. Now, there's still a little bit of dead skin, but that's OK, because the peel doesn't remove everything. And like I said, you shouldn't really remove everything. So, definitely personal preference of if you want to kind of take your time for the skin to peel off or if you're like, you know, have a wedding next week and you want to have kind of nice-looking heels and nice-looking foot, which you can use the instant peel to kind of get your feet in the right state for that.
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