GET YOUR BABY FEET BACK beauty ed­i­tor MATHAHLE STOFILE tri­als

Marie Claire (South Africa) - - BEAUTY -

and tops of the feet. They also look for bub­bling skin or cracked ar­eas.(Ex­treme cal­loused skin con­di­tions may re­quire more than one treat­ment.)

An al­ka­line wash in pow­der form is then di­luted in wa­ter and rubbed into the soles of the feet. This for­mula is de­signed to sink deeply into the skin to shift away heavy cell buildup. My ther­a­pist rubs my feet for about 10 min­utes per foot (while re-spray­ing the so­lu­tion in be­tween), which feels like a re­lax­ing foot mas­sage. Then she shows me all the dead skin that has fallen off! The process re­sults in soft­ened skin and pre­vents the re­cur­rence of a build up of cal­louses.The best sur­prise was that DMK painted my nails af­ter­wards, which I loved.

The treat­ment was very sat­is­fac­tory and I was im­pressed to no­tice that after two weeks my feet re­main in tip-top con­di­tion. Post treat­ment it is im­por­tant to take ex­tra care at home – I have used the Skin Repub­lic Foot Peel once a week to main­tain the per­fect re­sults. And don’t for­get the foot cream!

The DMK MediPedi treat­ment costs R250 for 45-60mins*. Dmk­skin­care.co.za; 011-262-6120

SKIN REPUB­LIC FOOT PEEL, FROM R95.

AV­ER­AGE COST

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