Is the $20 Patchology PoshPeel Pedi Cure Intensive Foot Peel Treatment Really Worth It?

My Patchology PoshPeel Pedi Cure Intensive Foot Peel Treatment review is ready. If you dislike seeing feet, exit out of this article immediately. This comprehensive review has plenty of feet pictures to back up my findings. There are other articles on this site you will enjoy more than this one. The bottom of my feet can get rough. I dislike when my heels crack, because I typically like my feet. Whenever I stop using Egyptian Magic for an extended period, they will crack. Since I wanted my feet to peel as much as possible, I gave them a one-month break from Egyptian Magic.

The Patchology PoshPeel Pedi Cure Intensive Foot Peel Treatment retails for $20. I picked mine up when Ulta placed it on sale for $14. Even when it goes on sale, the price is still a little steep. You can get a two-pack for $35 making the cost of each one $17.50. Because the peel does not work for everyone, I would not recommend buying the two-pack until you’ve confirmed it works for you. If you wait for a sale, you can get two single pairs for less than the price of a two-pack anyway.

Patchology PoshPeel Pedi Cure Intensive Foot Peel Treatment Ingredients and What’s Included

Ingredients: Water (Aqua), Alcohol Denat., Alcohol, Lactic Acid, Glycolic Acid, Sodium Citrate, Citric Acid, Salicylic Acid, Pyrus Malus (Apple) Fruit Extract, Vitis Vinifera (Grape) Fruit Extract, Citrus Aurantium Dulcis (Orange) Peel Extract, Citrus Limon (Lemon) Fruit Extract, Chamomilla Recutita (Matricaria) Flower Extract, Centella Asiatica Extract, Glycyrrhiza Glabra (Licorice) Root Extract, Camellia Sinensis Leaf Extract, Polygonum Cuspidatum Root Extract, Rosmarinus Officinalis (Rosemary) Leaf Extract, Scutellaria Baicalensis Root Extract, Butylene Glycol, Panthenol, Allantoin, PEG-60 Hydrogenated Castor Oil, Disodium EDTA, Fragrance (Parfum).

Every package has 3 foils inside. The large foil contains the dry Foot Masque Socks. There is 0.68oz of activating essence in each of the smaller foils. They come with a resealable top, so you could theoretically save some for later. I like to use all of mine at once.

What My Feet Looked Like When I Started and Important Tips

The heels of my feet were a little rough, because I stopped using Egyptian Magic for about a month and did not file them for about the same amount of time. While I did not have any deep cracks this time, I have experienced them on my feet in the past.

My left heel was in worse shape than my right heel, but they both needed work.

Make sure you use this two or three weeks before you need to expose your feet. It can take that long for peeling to finish. I do not recommend foot filing once you start this until after your peeling has completed. Let this work on its own, but file regularly as soon your treatment completes to limit how often you repeat this.

Patchology PoshPeel Pedi Cure Intensive Foot Peel Treatment Directions

Once you open the large packet, you will find the booties you need. Most booties for similar products arrive wet. I like that they come dry and you add the essence in. It seems like there is less chance of the product drying out this way.

Place the foot masque on your foot and dispense the desired amount of product. I used a full packet for each foot.

It only comes with one set of booties, so this made the most sense to me. It also gave me a greater chance of peeling.

Once the liquid is in, seal them with the attached stickers and let them soak in the bag for 60-90 minutes. I had somewhere to go, so I left mine on for exactly 75 minutes. Rinse your feet once you remove them. You can soak your feet before or after to speed up the process. My feet were soaked before applying the treatment, but I opted not to soak them after.

Patchology PoshPeel Pedi Cure Intensive Foot Peel Treatment Review

I did the treatment on April 26th, and my feet really started peeling on May 4th. There was some light peeling before that, but nothing worthy of a photo.

Patchology quotes 4-7 days for peeling to start, but I started outside the window on Day Eight.

The peeling always seems to start on the roughest parts of the feet. My left heel (which was worse than my right if you recall peeled faster).

My right big toe peeled faster than my left one though.

My May 6th, my heels were mostly finished peeling.

This is when the top half of my feet really started peeling and again, my left foot peeled faster than my right.

My right foot was trying to catch up, so I helped it along. *You should not pick if you can resist.

By May 9th, the bottom of my feet had almost finished peeling. Only small sections on the outer parts of the top of each foot remained.

Surprisingly, the left foot was finally behind the right foot.

In fairnessss, I picked at the right foot a lot more than I did the left. Who knows what would have happened if I let them naturally shed all the way.

The 9th was the first time I noticed a real difference in the top of my feet.

The skin up there is a lot softer, so I am not surprised it took a lot longer for it to start peeling. Because the skin is so soft, there was not a drastic enough difference to time lapse the peeling.

By the 15th, my feet had completely finished peeling. Every square inch of skin on my feet had peeled and shed from heel to toe and top to bottom.

My feet were soft and smooth except a bit of roughenss on the heel. It looked a lot better than when I started though. As expected, my left looked a little worse than my right.

This was nothing a foot file did not take away though. Now that peeling was complete, I could use a foot file again anyway. My feet were a little more more when I finished using the Baby Foot Exfoliation Foot Peel, but it was not so significant of a difference that I would say it is worth the extra $5.

Was the Patchology PoshPeel Pedi Cure Intensive Foot Peel Treatment Worth It?

The product completely peeled my skin, which is all I could ask for. My feet look better and feel softer, so I am very happy with the results. For those who want to try a peel but are still reluctant to spend $20, I’ve got you covered. Two years ago, I tried a similar peel that works about the same as this. I was not blogging when I used it, so I do not have a review. My plan is to use and review that one at the end of the summer, so I can post an official article. That peel is the TonyMoly Foot Peeling Shoes. It is only $6.50! As a drugstore brand, it works with the $3.50 off $15 coupon Ulta almost always has.

Thanks for reading this challenge to see if the peel was worth it. Have you tried this peel? I’d love to read your thoughts on it or any similar product so people have some ideas should they opt to try a different peel. See all challenge articles. View my main page for the guide map to the site and deeper deal exploration.

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