Nail-Aid’s 3-Minute Pedi Peel turned out to be something familiar and not what I expected all at the same time. Because “peel” and “no filing” were on the bottle I thought I was going to get something that would slough off dead skin, but instead I basically got a thick cream that tingled a little bit. Were my feet softer? Yes, but I have creams, butters, and lotions for that. It really disappointed me.
I should’ve known this wasn’t going to be what I wanted because the instructions said “for softest feet next morning, use at bedtime.” This is a thick cream, so if I did use this at bedtime I’d cover my feet so it didn’t get all over my sheets. The socks and moisturizer tip is everywhere so this really isn’t a special product to me.
It turns out that Nail-Aid may have changed the packaging or added new products because 3 Minute Pedi-Peel wasn’t on their website, but a different product called Callus B-Gone was there with similar ingredients, namely the glycolic acid. It also instructs to the consumer to wipe off the excess and buff.
I’m going to use Nail-Aid’s 3 Minute Pedi-Peel up because it’s here, but I doubt I’m going to repurchase this.
What’s your favorite product for keeping your feet soft?
NOTE: This product contains glycolic complex and may increase skin’s sensitivity to sun and the possibility of sunburn.