Monday Masking #2: Leaders Insolution Dr. Therapy Foot Mask


It’s monday masking time! This time around I wanted to try something different – a foot mask! This is actually the first time that I’m using a foot mask; my feet has been really dry with rough and hard edges so I’ve been hunting up and down for something that could help.

I really want to try one of those peeling foot masks but I have a toe nail that’s cracked right in the middle so I don’t dare to do it right now. I saw this Dr Therapy foot mask – a mask for the foot meant to instantly moisturize, nourish and protect and thought I’d give it a go!

I think the whole packaging is really cool. It comes in a plastic sock-like thing, so all you do is put your feet in them and rest! It doesn’t leak out, so I can still walk around while wearing it if I really needed to. I really liked this mask – it made my foot feel nice and smooth afterwards.

The hard and rough bits on my heel are still around though – I didn’t really expect it to do much for those parts as they’re dead skin so I think only a peeling foot mask will help, or sandpapering them! I can’t wait for my toe nail to heal so I can try one of those peelings ones.

Have you tried a foot mask before?

 
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3 thoughts on “Monday Masking #2: Leaders Insolution Dr. Therapy Foot Mask

    • Ah, I’m tardy in my responses! Yes you should! I think it’s really an interesting experience… now I cant wait to try one of those foot peeling masks (where the dead skin falls off 1 week after using it… COOL!)…

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