Just one sheet mask this week, which is weird for me! One of my goals for this year is to use up more of my cream and gel masks, so that’s probably why.
This one by Holika Holika was pretty nice. It was thinnish – not the thinnest by any means, but not quite medium. It had a lovely smell. There was a weensie bit of tingling, but nothing too intense. There wasn’t a lot of leftover serum in this one, but there was plenty on the sheet.
This is the second time I’ve used the Baby Foot peel. I just did it last night, so it’ll be a few days before I start seeing the effects. If you’ve never heard of it, or have never done a foot exfoliation mask like this, you keep it on for about an hour. There is some heat and tingling as the serum works, and then you wash it off with soap and water.
At first, you don’t think it did anything, but a few days later, you start noticing some flaking. A day or two after that, the dead skin starts peeling off in sheets. It’s so gross. But after it’s all over, I do have softer, more attractive feet.
I just picked one up by Tony Moly that’s supposed to be similar. I might try it in a couple of months, right before sandal season starts in earnest.
This is a pretty intense treatment. I don’t recommend it for everyone. Especially not for diabetics. Your mileage may vary. Ask your doctor if you’re not sure.