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When the 20-year-old woman unveiled on her website that her latest possession of perfection was the slightly gross but completely satisfactory baby footshell, our affection for her was strengthened. Zendaya showed her affection for the less glamorous side of the A-list cosmetic routine (hey, these feet don't shell themselves) and admitted in a piece titled "I Tried A Football Peel!!!!!!" that I recently purchased this football peeling because I have raw a*s feet.
First of all, can't we just stop loving Zendaya? Coarse a*s feet and stuff. Secondly, if you have dinosaur feet (as we like to call them) then a peeling will help you. Then, a few weeks later, I said, "What the hell's the matter with my feet?" My feet were so slippery and it worked really well!
I' d show you a picture, but you'd probably vomit!' Mmmmmm footrest. Put in simple terms, a peeling includes the use of a synthetic socket containing a mixture of nitric oxide and glucolic acids to remove damaged feet from the damaged area. So if you don't have time for pimping (reading - grating cheese) on your way to soft insoles, a peeling could be there for you.
You have to be willing to keep your feet hidden for at least a fortnight. Well, for those of you who are actually looking forward to getting sunburnt bowls, you can thank us later. Don't let yourself be seduced into peeling before the skins are set to come loose - let the product do the work, not you!
Grab your hand feet on Zendaya's baby foot peeling here, or try Starskin's peeling double layer foot masks that have the same effect.