Published On: Wed, Apr 28th, 2021

Soft Touch launches natural foot peel mask with new lavender scent

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North Carolina-based Soft Touch has launched its new natural foot peel mask with a new lavender scent.

This dry heel treatment is said to work as an effective foot peel for getting rid of dead and repairing cracked heels. Each pack consists of two peeling masks which can be used by both men and women.

Dry, cracked, and flaking skin is common on the heel and sole as these places have lesser oil glands than other places in the body.

Standing for a long time and wearing poor-fitting shoes can lead to constant pressure on specific places on the foot and cause friction. Due to this, the areas may become dry, cracked, or callused.

Soft Touch Product (Image Courtesy: Soft Touch)

Dead cells on the skin surface fall off naturally and new cells are formed. When the buildup of dead skin cells is not removed, they become thick, flaky patches on the feet. These develop into thick and cracked heels and may make it vulnerable to infection which makes difficult.

The feet exfoliator mask consists of a unique blend of botanical extracts and other ingredients like apple, lemon, and aloe vera. These are not only effective to treat cracked heels and calluses but also safe on the skin. The product is easy to use and feet begin peeling in one or two weeks, claims Soft Touch.

A spokesperson from Soft Touch said: “Leave the foot peel booties on your feet for one hour so that the ingredients can work their magic. The special blend of ingredients and botanical extracts work together to produce amazing results. Our foot peel will penetrate your feet and remove your dead, rough skin. This foot peeling mask also acts as a cracked heel treatment that will hydrate and nourish your new baby-soft skin.”

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