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So, I have my feet in these Purederm exfoliating foot mask sock things...

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beanandspud Wed 04-Dec-13 20:50:11

Bought some of this foot masks off Amazon following a recommendation from a friend.

Are they going to work? They just feel very cold and very squidgy. Any foot success stories out there? I'm also worried that I need to wear sandals for a night out in 8 days and I could have horrible, peeling gruffalo feet.

I'm looking for nothing short of a miracle here... fsmile

princessalbert Wed 04-Dec-13 20:52:31

Don't know, but I am interested in trying them too.

Report back OP!

ILovePonyo Wed 04-Dec-13 21:01:44

Oh I used the footner ones recently, are they the same? My feet are still peeling so yours may well be in 8 days, sorry op smile it was more flaky and less big satisfying peely bits. Maybe a good scrub with a pumice stone when they start flaking will help?

JuneauWhoIAm Wed 04-Dec-13 21:03:28

I thought they were taken off the shelves for some reason?!

Sexykitten2005 Wed 04-Dec-13 21:50:33

Ooh read about these on they are immense. Takes a few days to stop peeling but baby feet are on there way for you!!!

beanandspud Fri 13-Dec-13 22:01:08

Here's the update...

Initial thought was that they were a complete waste of time. No change, nothing happened for the first week. I was just about to post and say not to bother until...

Day 7. Woke up and my feet were peeling. Horrible, disgusting, flaky Gruffalo feet blush. Had to buy a foot scrubby thing (despite the instructions saying not to do anything).

Day 10. Feet are lovely (if I do say so myself). Nearly all of the hard skin has gone, it's like having new feet! fsmile

The instructions suggest 5-7 days. The reality is that it took closer to 10 days but they do work!

BeanoNoir Fri 13-Dec-13 22:05:21

Oooh, can you link please?

Greengardenpixie Sat 30-May-15 08:34:35

Sorry, zombie thread i know but this is what i bought and currently sitting with them on. Good to know they work.

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