When it comes to our skincare routine, we often neglect to take care of our feet.
But there’s one product on the beauty scene that women simply can’t get enough of, with many claiming it gives them ‘baby-soft’ soles.
Shoppers have been going wild for Derma V10’s Exfoliating Foot Peel, which is said to remove an entire layer of dead skin within a week.
The treatment is sold at UK-retailer Poundland, and while the results might look rather horrifying at first, reviewers insist those who use the product will eventually be left with fresh-looking feet.
Loved! Derma V10’s Exfoliating Foot Peel sees people wearing clear slip-on socks filled with the formula, which contains salicylic acid, tea tree and peppermint
The footcare remedy sees people wearing clear slip-on socks filled with the formula, which contains salicylic acid, tea tree and peppermint.
It should be worn for 90 minutes, with the hardened skin then expected to start peeling within a week.
Raved about: Shoppers have been going wild for the product, which is sold in Poundland
Fans of the product shared photographs – capturing the formula working its magic – to the Poundland Appreciation Society Facebook group.
One person wrote: ‘These are amazing. They work really well. Also really enjoy peeling the skin off!’
Another said: ‘I’ve used them and the peeling part is not pretty but my feet feel amazing now.’
Sharing a picture of her feet in the shredding stages, Maria told the group: ‘I didn’t really think it would work but it started to peel Friday (five days after using it).’
One social media user added: ‘I’m loving these… I had really bad skin and its practically cleared it all up, well worth £1!’
‘I loved doing mine. I have had to wear socks around the house but the results are soooo worth it,’ another wrote.
Oddly satisfying: Fans of the product shared photographs online which captured the formula working its magic
Sharing a picture of her feet in the shredding stages, one social media user said: ‘I didn’t really think it would work but it started to peel Friday (five days after using it).’
Yet the treatment wasn’t adored by everyone, with some online complaining that their feet were peeling for too long and looked ‘awful’.
‘My feet are still peeling three weeks later, it’s just annoying me now. My feet look horrible’, one internet user explained.
Another who had tried the product said: ‘I’m on week five and still peeling. My feet look awful.’
When asked if she’d buy it again, one woman said no and explained that her feet now look worse.
She said: ‘They are just constantly dry and peeling even weeks later. It might be because I didn’t wait for it to fully peel off its self and that might slow the process maybe.’
Medical experts warn that diabetics and other high risk patients should avoid foot peeling products as they often contain salicylic acid.
A fan! Twitter user Zoe Murray said: ‘After a long week I can relax for 90 minutes. Trying the foot peel @Poundland. #lifeisgood’