If you have dry, calloused feet like I do in winter then you will want to move slowly and deliberately toward this product. Especially is you have dry, cracked feel like mine. This exfoliating foot mask smoothes, softens and provides intense hydration for the feet in rare time.
With the Whish Exfoliating Foot Mask, exfoliate, polish and renew your dry heels and feet with this exquisite foot mask. Remove those tired, stubborn calluses and dry skin while moisturizing and healing the skin around those areas. Trade those pumice stones for this easy way to use to use an Exfoliating Foot Mask for the feet. It contains papain and willow bark extract, which are enzymes that exfoliate the skin off of the feet. To help polish the skin you have pumpkin seed extract, orange fruit extract and lemon fruit extract, all variations of alpha hydroxy acids. To soothe and smooth the skin there is bromelain and black tea leaf extract, more enzymes and antioxidants that help to get rid of dead skin and help soothe dry cracked skin.
To use, it is best to use at bedtime. Apply liberally to desired area and let dry. Go to bed and awake with softer feet. Rinse after 8-12 hours. Voilà! Your feet will feel like new. Softer, smoother and definitely less calloused. This product is Leaping Bunny certified and is paraben free, sulfate free, DEA free, TEA free, petrochemical free, phthalate free and is naturally sourced with organic ingredients. It has been made in the USA.
I used this product and didn't think it would make as much of a difference as it did. I found that it left my feet feeling softer, smoother and definitely got rid of the majority of callouses on my feet (I have some really bad ones). I didn't expect it to get rid of everything, and it didn't but I am happy that it got rid of how much it was able to dissolve. It uses the power of fruit enzymes and alpha hydroxy acids to dissolve the dead skin on your feet, leaving them soft and smooth. I would recommend using this at least once a week and if your feet are really bad, twice a week until they are nice and smooth and then down to once a week.