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If your feet don’t flake, maybe you bought a fake?

Baby Foot is so popular, it’s being knocked off! While imitation is flattering, we are taking the necessary measures to make sure ALL counterfeiters are caught. Help us spread the word, so together we can stop these counterfeiters in their tracks.

How do you know you’re buying the real deal?

– The box says “Baby Foot” NOT “Baby Feet”
– The Original Foot Peel booties are clear plastic emblazoned with red Baby Foot logos
– The Men’s Peel booties are clear plastic emblazoned with black Baby Foot logos
– Product is purchased directly from the BabyFoot.com, Amazon sellers E Shoppe, Green Dot Sales or New Derm, a national retailer like Ulta Beauty or Target or one of the salons listed on the BabyFoot.com store finder
– The foil packet has printed information
– The clear adhesive strips come on green paper
**Please note that one seller we know is selling counterfeit product www.shopbabyfeet.com**

How to Make Your Pedicure Last for 3 Weeks

We love the look of a fresh pedicure, but who has the time (or money) to go to the nail salon each week? Luckily, with the right know-how, you can easily maintain your pedicure for up to three weeks. Save time and money by extending the life of your pedicure with these simple tips:

 

Bring Your Own Bottle

Many nail salons use thinners to get more use out of each bottle of nail polish. However, pedicures using new, fresh polish last much longer than pedicures using older or thinned nail polish.

To ensure the freshness of your polish, bring your own new bottle. Not only will your polish last longer, but you’ll also have the right color on hand should you have any chips.

 

Take It Easy

Did you know that it takes up to 12 hours for nail polish to harden? For this reason, it’s best to schedule your pedicure on a day when you can relax afterwards. If you’re running errands or going out dancing after your pedicure, you’re much more likely to smudge your fresh nail polish.

Wearing closed toed shoes after a pedicure is also a no-no. Wear flip flops, sandals, or go barefoot for the first 8-12 hours after your pedicure to help it last longer.

 

Prevent Calluses

Dead skin and calluses make feet look dull. Keep feet smooth in between pedicures by doing a foot peel.

Baby Foot gently removes dead skin and calluses with fruit acid. Use petroleum jelly on the nails to prevent Baby Foot from fading nail polish, or on the tops your feet to preserve your tan.

 

Keep Feet Moisturized

Keeping your feet moisturized will help them to look healthy and extend the life of your polish. Always moisturize after washing your feet, as soap and water can dry out the skin around the toenails and cause chipping. Just be careful not to use scented lotion, as synthetic fragrances can actually cause nail polish to crack.

If your feet are extra dry, try Baby Foot Moisturizing Foot Mask, which rehydrates parched feet.

 

Apply Topcoat

A good pedicure always includes a layer of topcoat, but everyday wear and tear can buff away this protective layer. To keep nails shiny and prevent chipping, apply topcoat every week.

Don’t apply too many coats, however, as applying too many layers of nail polish can cause nails to chip.

 

Use Cuticle Oil

Cuticle oil is formulated to keep cuticles moisturized and healthy and to prevent cracks, but it also prevents your nail polish from chipping. Keep nails in tip-top shape by massaging nails and cuticles with cuticle oil every 2 to 3 days.

 

Cover Up

Of course you want to show off your feet, but wearing sandals every day can actually shorten the life of a pedicure. Wearing sandals and flip flops exposes the feet to sun, dirt, sand, and other environmental factors that can dull your pedicure. Keeping toes under wraps will help to prolong your pedicure and prevent the formation of calluses.

 

Avoid Chlorine

It’s relaxing to dip your feet into a pool, but chlorine can actually crack and fade nail polish and dry out the cuticles and feet. If you can’t resist the pool, rinse feet with fresh water after swimming and apply unscented lotion to moisturize feet.

Written by: Colleen Welsch

Tips for Sandal-Ready Feet

Question time! When it comes to your feet, who is currently dealing with dry, cracked heels that are looking less than ideal? Oh yes, we see you raising your hand. No shame – we’ve all been there. With our feet safely tucked away into cozy socks for the winter, it’s easy enough to let footcare slide. But hey, with sunshine filled days on the horizon, isn’t it about time we give our neglected toesies some serious attention? We’d say so!

It’s time to break out the sandals! Who’s in?

Here are our best tips to get your feet in tip-top shape for the summer months:

 

1) Book the pedicure

Sure, a pedicure might mean you have to pull out your wallet, but trust us, nothing screams summer ready more than some freshly painted toes. Pick out your favorite bright polish, and get those babies professionally done. No doubt about it, when you see those pretty painted toes peeking out from your sandals, you’ll be happy you did!

 

2) Moisturize, moisturize, moisturize!

How often do you use moisturizer on your face? For many of us, moisturizing is just a standard step in our beauty routine. Well, guess what? As much as it’s important to moisturize your face, it’s also just as important to provide your feet with the same amount of hydration. You stand on them all day, after all. It’s no wonder they’re craving some serious hydration. And hey, if you can get someone to give you a relaxing foot massage while you’re at it, all the better! Talk about a win-win.

 

3) Try a foot peel

Speaking of moisturizing, while we of course always endorse regular moisturizing, for some of us, after a long harsh winter, our feet may be far beyond the point where simple moisturizing will save them. This is where we strongly suggest giving one of our foot peels a try. At Baby Foot, we’ve created range of foot care products that are simple to use, and truly result in baby soft feet. Formulated with gentle fruit acid and skin-loving exfoliants, Baby Foot will remove the dead layers of skin to reveal a foot that’s totally ready for summer. Jumpstart the warm months by getting your feet ready with a foot peel. Your feet will be thanking you. Guaranteed.

 

 

4) Invest in tools

When it comes to keeping your feet looking their absolute best, there are most definitely tools that you want to invest in. Cuticle trimmers, nail clippers, nail files – you should have these tools on hand to keep your feet and toenails looking great in between peels. Regular foot care is truly the key to feet that look and feel their best all summer long. Don’t let your feet go neglected again – get yourself some foot care tools!

 

5) Treat your feet

Your toenails are painted, your skin is super soft, and your feet are looking perfectly summer ready. Congrats! But with all that hard work to get them to this point, wouldn’t it be a shame to stuff them back into a pair of shoes? We say give your feet some breathing room. Show off how fantastic your pretty feet are looking by treating yourself with a cute pair of sandals in your favorite style. Because yes, you totally deserve it.

 

So, who’s ready for sunglasses, beach days, and all the sandals your wardrobe can handle? If your heart is screaming for summer, make sure your feet are on the same page with some of the foot care tips from above.

Sandal weather has never looked better!

Written by: Colleen Welsch

Healing Soles

After eight rounds of chemotherapy treatment and a double mastectomy, Stephanie Seager was still working 10-hour days as one of the top loan closers at a title company in Tulsa, Oklahoma. She loved her job, but it was stressful, and it took her away from her 6-year-old daughter, 5-month-old son and high school sweetheart of a husband. And after surviving one of the more aggressive subsets of breast cancer, the 35-year-old truly understood how short life could be.

During a visit home, she heard her aunt talking nonstop about a new beauty product called Baby Foot that she was distributing. An innovative foot care product that launched in Japan, Baby Foot makes feet as smooth and soft as a baby’s foot by exfoliating dead skin cells. After returning home, Seager called her aunt to see how she could get involved.

 

“She was starting at the ground level trying to get it going here, so I had her send me some,” Seager says. “People were buying it like hotcakes at my work. ‘There’s something to this,’ I thought. ‘This is crazy how people feel about this product.’ I got passionate about it quickly, too.”

Spirited, striking and strong, Seager had always been a natural saleswoman. When she worked as a server after high school, patrons would wait for hours for to sit at one of her tables, even if there were other seats available in the restaurant. Even in the midst of cancer treatment, she charming, confident and cheerful.

 

“Before cancer, I didn’t know what I was capable of, though,” Seager says. “I never had the courage to think I could do something like this.”

 

She served at the title company for 15 years — and lived two years cancer-free — before she resigned and became one of Baby Foot’s first sales consultants.

One of her first calls was to a health club that had recently opened in town. She spoke with a manager, told him about Baby Foot and sent him a few samples, but she didn’t hear back from him. Two weeks later, her phone rang. They wanted to carry Baby Foot nationwide. “Nationwide?” Seager asked. “What do you mean?” Unbeknownst to Seager, Life Time Fitness has more than 150 locations across the country.

Although anyone can benefit from the foot peel, some of Seager’s most passionate customers are cancer survivors. One of the side effects of targeted cancer therapy drugs is dry skin. Skin can become dry, brittle, itchy and scaly and may even crack open, especially on the feet.

“Using Baby Foot is really satisfying,” says Shannon Baldwin, a fellow breast cancer survivor. “Plus, it was something I could do with my girls. There are a lot of things you can’t do with your kids. But we’d sit there and do Baby Foot. It made us forget we were in the middle of cancer. It was a lot of fun.”

A national sponsor of the American Cancer Society, Baby Foot is donating 10 percent of proceeds from its limited edition pink boxes to the American Cancer Society during National Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

 

“This is going to sound crazy, but [getting cancer] was the best thing that ever happened to me,” Seager says. “Well, it was the worst thing but best thing because it completely changed my life.”

Now that Seager is self-employed, she has a much better work-life balance. “I’m so focused on my family,” she says. “I don’t stress in the mornings. I can make eggs and toast. I don’t miss any of my son’s stuff at school — I’m a homeroom mom! — or any of my daughter’s softball games. I’m making up for lost time.”

16 Reasons to Use Baby Foot

Dead skin cells accumulate due to pressure and friction from ordinary activities such as standing, exercising, and wearing shoes. Baby Foot can help to clear that dead skin away without the use of files and razors. The key to Baby Foot is the natural fruit extracts that break down the desmosomes, which hold the layers together, allowing the dead skin to painlessly peel away from the baby soft skin underneath.
Baby Foot contains 16 kinds of natural extracts which have a high moisturizing power and astringency, thus the sole becomes smooth after peeling. Baby Foot not only peels the dead skin cells from your feet, it also maintains the grain of the skin and moisturizes.
These are the 16 Natural Extracts in Baby Foot:
  • Burdock Root
  • Lemon
  • Ivy
  • Horsetail Herb
  • Soapwort
  • Clematis
  • Orange
  • Chameleon Flower
  • Bladderwrack
  • Tea Plant
  • Sage
  • Meadowsweet
  • Grapefruit
  • Chamomile
  • Watercress
  • Camel Grass

Beach Must Haves

Summer isn’t over yet, have you made it to the beach? Here are our top beach must haves:
Flip Flops
The ultimate beach essential (after you get your feet ready with Baby Foot of course!) Not only will you be wearing them to keep your feet protected from the hot sand, you will want to invest in a comfy pair for walking down the boardwalk and around town. We love flopZ for their spa like feel (think mini foot massage in a shoe).
Anklet
Just because you’re not wearing a full outfit doesn’t mean you can’t accessorize…in fact, we encourage it! An anklet (like this one from Sterling Forever is great). A delicate necklace or fun bracelet are also great compliments to beach ware.
Beach Towel
We love a beach towel that is plush and actually big enough to lay on, like this one from Land’s End.
Beach Bag
We love the 31 Gifts utility tote because it is big enough to hold ALL your essentials, and then some (bonus: it can be personalized!)
Some other things to remember:
Sunglasses
Sunscreen
Hat
Snacks that won’t melt
Don’t forget to touch up that pedi before you leave, here is an easy one you can DIY. Have fun and if you want a head start on getting all the essentials start with our Summer Box, it has Baby Foot, sandals from flopZ, anklet from Sterling Forever and nail polish from LVX.

Spring Cleaning: Beauty Edition

The temps are warming up and you might be cleaning out clutter and giving your house a deep clean. This is also a great time clean out that make-up drawer.
Brushes
Toss all the brushes you no longer use.
Give all your remaining brushes a good bath. Mix 2 parts antibacterial dish soap with 1 part olive oil. Rinse the brushes with warm water then dip them in the soap/oil mixture and rub into the brush until the suds are makeup free. Rinse all soap and oil from the brushes and allow to dry. When cleaning and drying the brushes do it with the bristles angled down so the water doesn’t seep into the handle.
After all the brushes are dry get them organized. Some great options are rotating caddy’s or a few short square glass vases filled with a layer of small pebbles in the bottom to help the brushes stand upright.
Make-up 
Toss your old make-up, if you aren’t sure how if you should toss or not here are some good dates to print and keep handy.
  • Powder blush, bronzer and eye shadows              2 years
  • Cream eye shadow and blush                               12-18 months
  • Oil-free foundation                                                  1 year
  • Concealer                                                                18 months
  • Lip stick                                                                   1 year
  • Lip gloss                                                                  2 years
  • Pencil eye liner                                                        2 years
  • Gel eye liner                                                            3 months
  • Mascara                                                                   3 months
If you found that after going through the makeup you don’t know when you purchased consider keeping a permanent marker in your make up drawer so you can mark when you opened or write the date the makeup would need to be tossed.
To organize your make up you can use the small glass vases with pebbles or acrylic desk organizers if you keep your makeup in a drawer. Another space saving idea is to mount a cookie sheet or magnetic board and put magnets on back of makeup.

5 Beauty Uses for Lemons

One of the most versatile beauty products can be found right in the produce aisle. Here are just a few ways you can use lemons as part of your beauty routine.
Even Skin Tone
If you notice the skin on your knees or elbows is dark rub half a lemon on them to even out your skin tone.
Smooth Lips
Lemon is great at removing dead skin cells, rub a little lemon juice on your lips before bed and wash it off in the morning.
Strengthen Nails
Mix olive oil and lemon juice and soak nails to strengthen them and fade any yellowing that may have occurred from polish wear.
Prevent Oily Skin
Rub a cotton swab with lemon juice over your face before bed to help prevent oily skin. Rinse it off in the morning. Lemons have antibacterial qualities so this may also help with breakouts.
Whiten Teeth
A mixture of lemon juice and baking soda can serve as a teeth whitener, only leave the solution on a minute to avoid the acid weakening the enamel of your teeth.
Bonus: Lemon extract is one of the 17 natural extracts in BabyFoot, helping to break down those dead skin cells to reveal the baby soft feet underneath.

Easy DIY At-Home Pedicure

Sandal season is quickly approaching, are you ready? You don’t have to pay a fortune for the perfect pedicure, here are some easy tips to get that perfect pedicure at home:
1. Use nail polish remover to remove any nail polish from nails.
2. Soak feet in warm soapy water for up to 5 minutes.
3. Rub exfoliating wash on feet and rinse in the warm water.
4. Use file to shape nails.
5. Apply cuticle oil to each nail and use cuticle pusher to gently push back cuticles.
6. Apply lotion to feet.
7. Use nail polish remover to remove the lotion residue from nails.
8. Apply top coat.
9. Apply 2 layers of polish.
10. Apply top coat.
Don’t forget to use Baby Foot to remove the dead cells from your feet every 2 months to keep your feet baby soft.

Tips and Customer Comments

Tips

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CUSTOMER COMMENT:
This product is the BOMB!! It has worked wonders on my feet. I have always had the really deep fissures that I pick at and that makes everything worse. I used Baby Foot twice and made the whole summer wearing sandals with beautiful soft uncracked feet and heels. Thank you so much for making this product!! I have told many people about it. I would love to show you my result, but don’t know how it is done……the product is great and I had an amazing result! Thank you!!

Customer:  Kim F (9/10/2015 1:20 PM)