Peeling Foot Mask Review | Blogtober By Harrison

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One morning I found myself scrolling through and stumbling across ASOS Beauty. We all know I’m a complete sucker for anything beauty related, let alone a ‘mask’. I’m a big lover of face masks so when I saw they did foot masks, I was all ears! Without going into too much detail, I have pretty rank feet so I was open to the idea of anything to help. I’ve tried foot creams but I just get so fed up with applying it. This was £7 so I thought I’d give it a go.

Let me tell you about my findings!

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// Application \\

You definitely need two people to apply this. Holding the socks open & filling them is a two man job. It’s not the easiest thing to get on if I’m honest. So improvement on that is definitely needed!

// During \\

Whilst it was on, it felt quite relaxing. There was no tingling or itching. It was very soothing to sit there with it, forget about it and not actually being able to move for an hour. That is a downside though… you have to keep it on for 1 -1.5hrs!

// After \\

As the instructions state, peeling doesn’t start for 4-6 days after application. I write this about 3 days after use and already, I notice that my feet are softer. The peeling has been very minimal so far… I must admit, I’m not expecting great things.

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I suppose I write this post a little prematurely. I don’t know if i’ve left it long enough to see the full benefits, however so far, I’m a bit on the fence. I don’t think I’ve seen enough of a difference to recommend it again. Like I said, my feet are definitely softer and the peeling has been minimal, so it’ll be interesting to see how they change over time.

I’m definitely glad I tried it and I’ll definitely update you all on Twitter or on here in the next week or so. Let’s just wait and see.

| Harrison |

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