Foot peel masks
Foot peel masks first became popular in Japan, and then copycat brands emerged globally.
What these masks do is they introduce a combo of natural extracts and compounds like glycolic acid that make the skin shed after a few days.
Designed to be worn for minutes up to one hour, depending on the instructions of the manufacturer, expect the underside of your feet to peel after 3-7 days.
And why do people wear feet masks that make their skin peel off? For beauty, of course! Feet masks take care of those nasty calluses that don’t go off easily.
If you are completely fine with waking up one day with the skin on your feet peeling off, this would be your easy go-to for foot care. Foot peel masks promise “baby smooth skin” after use.
Pig skin masks use the natural collagen from pig skin to hydrate and repair human skin.
Much like other face masks meant for reparation and restoration, skin masks offer the advantage of having actual animal proteins available for absorption. Well, if we eat pork, why can’t we use its skin to make ourselves prettier?