March 5, 2013

TonyMoly Shiny Foot Peeling Liquid

It's official, I'm a magnet of corn.  I hope it's the corn that can be eaten (I love Japanese sweet corn, sweet and golden!) but it's the kalyo (corn or callus) and I have plenty of it again after just a few months of having a foot peel.  TonyMoly saved my feet (again) with Shiny Foot Peeling Liquid.
TONYMOLY Shiny Foot Peeling Liquid
P498
20ml each
This special treatment for foot calluses contains plant-derived extracts, and will make your feet soft and supple. It removes rough dead skin cells from your feet, leaving your feet smooth and silky soft.

The two foot sachets comes with 2 big plastic socks (reminds me of the foot of Santa Claus in greeting cards).
Special foot masks with skin smoothening & moisturizing ingredients present fresh and supple feeling on the foot's skin.
(me: ano daw?)
I used the Maxi Power Foot Peeling Liquid last year (post here) and it's quite effective but surprisingly, Shiny Foot Peeling Liquid did a lot more peeling.

There's an english instruction on how to use the product but since my picture below is a bit blurry, here's the exact text:

Directions: Please read the instructions thoroughly before applying.
  1. Put Foot Sheets on your feet
  2. With scissors, cut open the pouch containing the peeling liquid along the dotted lines and pour the liquid into both sheets (20ml each).
  3. Keep both sheets on your feet and wait until your foot skin absorbs the liquid. (it takes approximately 1 to 1.5 hours)
  4. After waiting for about 1 to 1.5 hours, take off the sheets and wash your feet until the peeling liquid is thoroughly rinsed away. Dry your feet after washing.
  5. In 4 to 6 days, the dead skin cells will naturally start falling off from your foot. DO NOT try peeling them off forcefully. Wait until all the dead skin cells naturally fall off, then you will feel no irritation or discomfort. Your will have smooth and soft feet in about two weeks.
So for almost 2 hours (yes, I extended the time until I feel that the there's no liquid left in the plastic socks),  I'm just sitting with the socks filled with the peeling liquid but unlike with the Maxi Peeling Liquid, I'm tilting my feet every now and then for the liquid to go to the other parts of the foot.  I didn't feel any irritation it's actually kind of refreshing because the liquid has a cooling effect but my feet got a little wrinkly.

Four days after, my feet started to looked cracked, see picture below because it's not the crack that hurts.  It's the first layer of the skin cracking and trying to break free from my feet :P
snake skin?
And in the span of almost a week my feet continued to peel (please see below photo if it's okay for you to see peeling foot) even my skin and side of my nails peeled.
I know I have a weird feet
And the final result!
after around 9 days of peeling
It's more than a week of wearing closed shoes for me but it's worth it because of the almost baby feet after.

Thanks for reading. Till then. Bye!

14 comments:

  1. wow.. this works great i think i would buy my father this peeling liquid.. is this locally available in any TM store?

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    1. yes it's locally available. make sure that all areas of feet are covered with the peeling liquid specially the areas with thick corn

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  2. I really enjoy using these foot peeling things. Makes my feet baby smooth! Do you know how often we can use it?

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  3. @Blair at most twice a year only forgot where I read it but it's not advisable to go beyond that

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  4. Glad there is a product out there to actually work like that on feet ^^ But it didn't hurt at all? it looks painful DX

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  5. @Eva, yeah it looks painful but it doesn't hurt at all there are times though am tempted to remove the peeling skin myself but I learned my lesson the last time I had my feet peeled

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  6. I want to try these so much, I love the idea of baby soft feet!!

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    1. and it will make your feet pink :) there are other brands that are good in peeling too like nature republic and holika holika.

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    2. Nice, I have never tried a foot peel. Is it a bit gross/weird that part of the appeal is... well, the peel? >_>

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    3. ahahahaha it would be weird if it will not peel

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    oh and my friends always ask me where to get stuff and now there’s finally a website !
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    1. thanks cunggie, will definitely check your blog

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