I’ve always used cosmetics by Etude House, but this was my first time to try its Bebe Foot Mask. On a recent trip to Korea, I purchased a box for myself because I wanted to have softer and more evenly-colored skin on my feet.
At the back of the package, it says that the mask can remove dead skin cells and can lessen foot odor.
The Etude House Bebe Foot Mask box is light green, with an illustration of a pair of feet. I’ve had to clarify with the sales woman that this was in fact a peeling foot mask, and not one that just moisturizes the feet.
The foot sheets were quite big on me, which is why it was helpful that the sheets came with a tie that you could wrap around your ankles. I carefully poured the liquid inside each foot sheet and tied it. Note to those who would want to try this: Make sure that before you do this, you’ve done everything that you need to do (eg. go to the bathroom, get some snacks, set up a movie to watch, etc.) because it is quite a long wait before you can take the sheets off, and it can get cumbersome (and possibly unsafe) to walk around with wet and slippery sheets on your feet. After the hour and a half is up, I removed the sheets, washed the excess solution from my feet and wiped it dry. Except for my feet feeling cold, I didn’t notice anything different the whole time I was wearing the sheets. I thought that maybe the procedure didn’t work.
But lo and behold! Exactly 4 days after wearing the sheets, the skin on my feet began to peel in big chunks, revealing pinkish skin underneath my grayish-yellow dead skin. I’m grateful because a couple of days ago, my feet were soaking wet from the rain, and I was really doubtingl that the solution could still work. But it has. Already, my sole is looking a lot better. Plus, even the top of my foot is starting to peel, which means my discolored skin can even out.