Purederm Exfoliating Foot Mask
Bought for: Free | SRP: P199
I have recently used Purederm Exfoliating Foot Mask which is basically a wearable sock-type of mask that you can enjoy while relaxing in the comfort of your own home. If you want to skip and save for a seasonal visit to the salon and avail foot spa services, you can do so because Purederm has something for us! I am not a huge fan of chemical peels but since out feet is something we can hide when it's peeling, then I might as well give it a shot. After all, I have rough and flaky soles and calluses to get rid off.
Purederm Botanical Choice Exfoliating Foot Mask is a foot exfoliant plus treatment filled in a pair of wearable mask sheets. Put on the mask as you would your socks. It removes all calluses over time, visibly smoothing your feet within 2 weeks. Papaya, Lemon, Apple, Orange and other natural botanical extracts remove calluses while Chamomile Extract calms freshly exfoliate skin.
Direction For Use
1. Using scissors, cut open the package along the dotted line.
2. Thoroughly cleanse your feet and wear the masks.
3. Remove after 60 to 90 minutes and rinse off with water.
4. Calluses start peeling off in 4-7 days after use. nearly all calluses will be removed in a further 3-5 days depending on their thickness. Do not use a calluse remover or pick on calluses when they start peeling off.
Th photo below shows how the masks looks like. The treatment is enclosed inside a clear plastic shaped like a sock with a cottony sheet inside for comfort. Your feet will be drenched in essence smelled like fruity acids which for me was a little funky yet tolerable. I got my foot mask in a regular size (also available in large to cater to men or those with larger feet than 270 mm). The size of the socks was quite big for me (I wear Size 6) so it's a pain to walk with it.
This is what I did while surfing the net so time could pass by a bit faster. Before I knew it, I had the mask for about 2 hours already! I also had the urge to rinse it off because my skin feels itchy and dry already for being soaked in the solution. For a couple of days, the skin on my feet feels stiff and dry which is what I expected before all the dead skin peels.
So basically, the peeling started on my 4th day. I just noticed it after taking a bath and I felt some crumbs on my slippers. I thought they were just dirt because I walked barefoot but no, they were literally loose and just peeled skin! See the photos for reference. The picture down below shows how my skin were and how it looked on the 6th day. The center part just peeled off on its own. Remember not to force the skin to peel. Just let them be. Forcing them might lead to cuts and burns.
On the 8th day, the dead skin cells on my soles just wore off. There were still a few hanging skin on the corners and sides but the skin of my soles were noticeably softer and smoother. No more dry and flaky skin on my heels! I haven't completely gotten rid of calluses but I'll surely give it another shot. It is just so convenient to use and it allows me to save extra while giving me a salon-quality service. I can conveniently buy a sachet at the nearest Watsons or department store--that's how accessible this product is.
Can't wait for another session! Have you tried Purederm Botanical Choice Exfoliating Foot Mask? Any thoughts? Share it down below!
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