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Do the TONYMOLY Foot Peeling Shoes really work?

By Kimberly

Do the TONYMOLY Foot Peeling Shoes really work? If you dislike seeing feet, exit out of my TONYMOLY Foot Peeling Shoes review immediately. There are other articles on this site you will enjoy more than this one. I’ve also reviewed the Patchology PoshPeel Pedi Cure Intensive Foot Peel Treatment and the Baby Foot Exfoliation Foot Peel. While both of those worked nicely, they are not super affordable. That limits how often I can use them. This comprehensive review has plenty of feet pictures to back up my findings. 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 TONYMOLY Foot Peeling Shoes retail for $6.50. Of all the foot peels I’ve tried (so far), this is the most afforable. This is a brand that regularly goes on sale, too. I recommend waiting for a sale if it is your first time. That way you are out less if you are one of the people it does not end up working for. It will not work for everyone.

I did not even notice until I tagged the photo, which was way after I used this, that it was expired. The good news is this was not my first time using the foot mask. My first time was over two years ago, which is probably when I bought this. No wonder why it was expired.

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 better 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.

The TONYMOLY Foot Peeling Shoes Ingredients

Ingredients: Alcohol, Water, Propylene Glycol, Lactic Acid, Urea, Glycolic Acid, Betaine, Isopropyl Alcohol, PEG-60 Hydrogenated Castor Oil, Hydroxyethylcellulose, Salicylic Acid, Hydroxypropylcellulose,Tocopheryl Acetate, Allantoin,Disodium EDTA, Menthol, Onsen-Sui, Nelumbium Speciosum Flower Extract, Rosa Canina Fruit Oil, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Extract, Althaea Rosea Root Extract, Pyrus Malus (Apple) Fruit Extract, Citrus Limon (Lemon) Fruit Extract, Vitis Vinifera (Grape) Fruit Extract, Scutellaria Baicalensis Root Extract, Honey Extract, Ginkgo Biloba Nut Extract, Angelica Gigas Root Extract, Paeonia Lactiflora Bark / Sap Extract, Zizyphus Jujuba Fruit Extract, Laminaria Japonica Extract, Punica Granatum Fruit Extract, Glycyrrhiza Glabra (Licorice) Root Extract, Artemisia Vulgaris Extract, Yeast Extract, Fragrance.

The TONYMOLY Foot Peeling Shoes Directions

Put the sheets on your feet and seal them with the enclosed stickers. Keep both sheets on your feet and wait until your skin absorbs the liquid for 60-90 minutes. Remove the sheets and wash your feet until the peeling liquid is thoroughly rinsed away. 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.

TONYMOLY Foot Peeling Shoes Review

I did the treatment on September 21st, and my feet really started peeling on September 27th. There was some light peeling before that, but nothing worthy of a photo.

TONYMOLY quotes 4-6 days for peeling to start, and I started at the end of the window on Day Six. Well, my right foot started peeling on day six.

My left foot dried out, but it was not really peeling yet.

By day nine, peeling was in full force.

My left foot was still behind, but it was starting to catch up.

My right foot was almost done peeling. I’ve never experienced that much peeling in such a short span.

By day 12, my right foot had completely finished peeling. It only took six days from start to finish.

It took 4 more days for the left foot to catch up, so it peeled for a total of 10 days. I did not pick at them at all either. My feet were a little more rough when I finished using the Baby Foot Exfoliation Foot Peel, but were in almost the same condition as when I finished the Patchology PoshPeel Pedi Cure Intensive Foot Peel Treatment. The difference was not significant enough to justify the $18.50 price jump to get the Baby Foot.

Were the TONYMOLY Foot Peeling Shoes 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. It is only $6.50, so I can use it frequently without fretting too much anon the cost! This is very comparable to more expensive brands. 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.

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I'm Kimberly. Shopping is always more fun when I've found the best deal available, so I am always on the hunt. My father instilled that in me, and I love that I carry a piece of him. Sometimes, my husband and sons (12 and 7) let me shop for them, too. They do not use as many beauty products as I do. We can all benefit from nice products, even though their routine ends with moisturizer. That is when I can convince my 12-year-old to apply it.

2 thoughts on “Do the TONYMOLY Foot Peeling Shoes really work? Leave a comment

  1. In the last picture, your heels look really rough! Why didn’t that skin slough off, I wonder?

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