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I bought some Footner socks on eBay and the blurb is all in French & German only.I understand enough to figure out that I put them on, put socks over the top, leave for 1 hour, rinse off and then in 5-10 days my skin will shed.I can't understand the aftercare advice though. Exfoliating pedicures weren't covered at GCSE...Do I need to do anything extra after tonight?(The socks had a little slogan on saying "Milky Foot," which made me a bit queasy)
Is it supposed to sting a bit..?
Can you photos the instructions? And then upload? Is French footner different to English?
Google translate 😀
Can you download instructions for English Footner and just chuck the French instructions?
Yeah, if you go to myfootner.com there's a pdf of instructions. Just follow those instead and ditch the ones in the box.
Good thought. I'm 40 mins in now
Footner is crap! How do you say that in French?! (see my other thread in style & beauty). Apparently some 4 quid cheapies from eBay are miles better!!
Yes I fear it is crapIt seems to have made the skin shed from the very softest bits of my feet: between my toes, instep, top of foot.However the hardened bits on the heels, balls and ankles are as leathery as ever.C'est la vie...
Well, I bought this, the Tony Moly Shiny Foot Peel jolse.com/product/TONYMOLY-NEW-Shiny-Foot-Super-Peeling-Liquid-25ml2ea-1-pair-for-1-use/2963/?cate_no=343&display_group=1 and it worked great, however I manage my expectations and didn't think I'd have quite baby feet in manner of adorable toddler, but I do feel I ended up with skin and not leather on my heels. Definitely doing it again.
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