Friday, October 20, 2017

Tony Moly Super Peeling Liquid

What is it for?

To improve the condition of your rough and dry feet through a gentle chemical peel.

Active Ingredients:

Salicylic Acid, Glycolic Acid, Lavender Extract, Argan Oil, and Peppermint Extract

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  1. Place your feet in the booties.
  2. Pour the liquid evenly between your two feet and secure the booties with the ties on top of the booties.
  3. Wait for 1-1.5 hours. Try not to walk around too much during this time.
  4. Remove the booties and rinse feet with cold water.
  5. The skin should start to come off in a few days. It is recommended to let the skin naturally fall off.


I originally was going to document my feet before and after the treatment, but I changed my mind. I really couldn't go through with posting my nasty feet for it to be seen by the whole world, so I decided to just purely take pictures of the product! Anyways, my feet before the treatment were getting really bad. They were super dry, rough, and cracked. Before this, I would "try" to do maintenance with the Ped Egg and putting petroleum jelly on with socks overnight, but it really wasn't working out very well. I researched about using these chemical peels for your feet and decided on the Tony Moly Super Peeling Liquid. 

Front of box.

Back of box.

I bought a set of 2 for about $10.00 on e-bay. The package is very simple: white with black writing and a picture of feet. Inside, you get two plastic booties, a packet that contains the "Super Peeling Liquid", and a small sample of foot cream. 

Contents inside box

It wasn't difficult pouring the solution into the booties. I also didn't feel like the booties were going to fall off, but I did secure it very carefully over my feet. The solution smelled of acetone and felt gritty against my feet. To be honest, I didn't like the feeling and to have it stay on my feet for at least 1 hr was quite annoying.
After an hour, I took off the booties and washed my feet. 

Booties for the feet.

At first, I was disappointed because for the first few days I saw absolutely NO results. I honestly thought that I wasted my money. BUT after the 3rd or 4th day, my feet started to peel and shed like crazy! It wasn't painful at all, but it was quite unsightly so I was stuck wearing closed-toed shoes for a few days. It is recommended to let the skin fall off naturally, but I really didn't have the patience for it, so I used a pumice stone to gently help speed up the process.

Overall, the entire process took about 1.5 weeks to complete. I was quite happy with the results! My feet became super soft and smooth. The process was a little tedious, but I think it is worth the results. I definitely will be repurchasing and doing this periodically when my feet start to get rough.


*Exfoliates the feet well
*Creates soft and smooth feet
*Inexpensive at home treatment
*More effective than pumice or Ped egg
*Process is tedious/annoying
*Shedding is very unsightly
*Takes almost 2 weeks to complete entire process

Just wanted to note that the products I review are all purchased with my own money, unless I state otherwise. If you do use any of these products, please do so at your discretion as the results will vary depending on the person and their skin type.  I am in no way responsible for the results or outcome if you decide to try any of the products I recommend. These reviews are my 100% honest thoughts. Please don't be offended if I didn't like a product that you happen to love. What may work or not work for me, may be totally different from you.