Baby Foot Exfoliation Follow-up


A while back, we posted an article about a popular product known as Baby Foot Exfoliation, and how it compares to our awesome Moisturizing Foot and Heel Balm. Little did we know that the Baby Foot Exfoliation post would go on to be one of our most viewed posts of all time!

You can read the original post here, but for those who would like a quick rundown, here’s the gist: Baby Foot Exfoliation is a very extreme skin care exfoliation product for the feet. It’s designed to peel away dead layers of skin, making your feet feel baby soft, hence the product name. Many people were hailing it as the best dry foot product around; however, as more and more people tried the product, stories of excessive peeling and major skin sensitivity began to surface.

Baby Foot Exfoliation uses natural acids and “other ingredients” to remove dead skin, callouses, and patches of roughness. By most accounts, the product is very successful. The downside is that many of these users also experienced sensitivity, since the skin remaining after the peel was too new to comfortably handle the demand we place on our feet every day!

In addition to this basic skin sensitivity, some users even experienced extreme discomfort and pain, while others told of sheets of skin peeling off long after they had used the treatment. Needless to say, Baby Foot Exfoliation lost traction due to its extreme results that were much too drastic for most users.

If you came here looking for a foot care product that can soften rough skin, moisturize dry skin, and treat callouses, Atopalm has just the product for you – and it won’t cause any sensitivity at all!

Our Moisturizing Foot and Heel Balm is a true skin care marvel. It deeply moisturizes with MLE to restore softness and comfort to the feet while targeting callouses and other areas of roughness. The best part is that it does all this without harsh ingredients! It’s even safe for use on those who suffer from dry skin conditions like rosacea, eczema, psoriasis and more, plus it can be used as a diabetic foot cream by those who deal with foot discomfort associated with the disease.

Have you used our Moisturizing Foot and Heel Balm? Leave a comment and tell us how you liked it!

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