8 At-Home Foot Peels That Rival Baby Foot In Grossly Satisfying Results

The incoming warm weather may be good for your psyche, but it also means one more thing: Your feet, after seeing only the inside of your slippers the last two months, will now be on full display for your whole quaranteam — cracked heels and all. Fortunately for all of us, that's precisely why foot peels exist.

Of course, you could try Baby Foot, the O.G. peel responsible for melting some of the toughest calluses across the internet. Seven to ten days after slipping on the gel-lined booties, you'll experience a week-long shedding process that is downright gross, amazing, and unlike anything else out there. It will, however, also set you back $25 — and because we're all apparently on the same page these days, it's selling out fast.


So, if you're new to the foot-peel craze and looking for a lower price point or a shorter wait time, there are a few other options. Here, we've rounded up the best ones you can get for under $20 — because nobody deserves what's happening under our socks right now.

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Kocostar Foot Peeling Pack

Like Baby Foot, your dead skin cells begin to shed approximately five after using this treatment. Unlike Baby Foot, you can easily add this $10 steal to your Revolve sandal order.

Peeling power: Moderate to super
Kocostar KOCOSTAR Foot Therapy$10.00 Buy

Etude House BeBe Foot Mask

This mask boasts super-peel effectiveness, though reviewers recommend following the peel with a thick foot cream a week after treatment to ensure your skin stays moisturized.

Peeling power: Super
Etude House Bebe Foot Mask$9.10 Buy

Sephora Collection Foot Mask

Sephora Collection makes a foot mask that moisturizes while it exfoliates, thanks to hydrating almond extract and hyaluronic acid.

Peeling power: Moderate
Sephora Collection Foot Mask$5.00 Buy
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Tony Moly Super Peeling Liquid

What's innovative here is that the peeling liquid comes in a separate packet from the booties, so you can choose how much to use. After Baby Foot, it's the most popular peel on the market.

Peeling power: Super
Tony Moly Shiny Foot Super Peeling Liquid$12.80 Buy
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Tony Moly Foot Peeling Shoes

Slightly less intense than the brand's Shiny Foot Super Peeling Liquid, these booties come pre-saturated with the peeling serum — which also makes them definitively less messy.

Peeling power: Mild to moderate
Tony Moly Foot Peeling Shoes$6.50 Buy
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Holika Holika Baby Silky Foot Peeling Mask

This peeling mask's ingredient list is almost identical to Baby Foot in terms of exfoliating acids, save for a few like salicylic and citric.

Peeling power: Moderate to super
Holika Holika Baby Silky Foot Peeling Sheet Mask$13.50 Buy

Dr. Jart+ Dermask™ Foot Smoothing Mask

The special feature here is the self-heating technology that instantly softens the skin.

Peeling power: Moderate to super
Dr. Jart+ Dermask Foot Smoothing Mask$12.00 Buy
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Purederm Exfoliating Foot Mask

The most affordable of the bunch, this option also packs among the highest peeling punch.

Peeling power: Moderate to super
Purederm Exfoliating Foot Mask$11.82 Buy
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