Back in 2016, former New York Magazine literary critic Molly Young turned us onto the “podiatric miracle” that is Baby Foot, a peel that “removes dead skin from your feet, leaving them as velvety and smooth as a baby’s appendages.” The process is simple: You stick your feet into the kit’s gel-filled booties for an hour and wash the goop off after. In a few days, “your feet slough pieces of sliver-thin, leather dead skin that range from the size of a Tic Tac to the size of a pita pocket for about 48 hours until your feet are reborn,” Young says. Once the shedding stops, you’ll feel like you just received “the world’s most expensive pedicure.” The treatment’s normal price is already much cheaper than a fancy pedicure. And until September 30, it’s 30 percent off as part of Ulta’s Fall Haul sale, bringing the price down to an even more affordable $18.
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