Welcome back to Haley’s Beauty Room! I’ve talked a lot about skincare and sheet masks in the past. I even wrote a post about my favorite face and sheet masks. You can read that post here.
Recently, I was shopping at Marshall’s and came across a sheet mask that is for your feet. I have seen a ton of foot masks lately and I’ve been dying to try. My feet unfortunately are horribly callused and dry.
This is not one of those masks where after a few days the skin will peel off, this is just supposed to soften and smooth immediately after use. I picked this up for $2.99 and it is by the brand Holika Holika.
This mask comes in a similar packaging to sheet masks for your face. A plastic pouch in which you tear the top at the ridges and then pull the product out.
Holika Holika is a Korean brand, so on the back of the packaging most instructions are written in Korean. However, on the bottom portion there is a small English section. It is also nice that they provided picture instructions so if your language isn’t listed you can try and follow those.
Your feet need to be clean and dry before using this product. Once you take the product out it looks like two plastic socks. You need to put one “sock” on each foot and leave on for 15-20 minutes.
Immediately after putting on this product it did feel kind of weird. It reminded me of when you go to a nail salon and get a paraffin treatment, but it didn’t feel as hydrating of luxury.
These were very hard to walk in so I suggest that once you put them on, you park yourself in one spot and stay there for the recommended time.
These consistency of the product is of an essence that you would normally see in sheet masks for the face. So really, it was identical to that except these are for your feet.
This product claims to provide baby smooth, silky feet. It is supposed to moisturize, nourish, hydrate, and soften. The package explicitly states that it is meant to manage thickened foot horn.
This product is a no-go for me. It did not hydrate my feet nor did it soften them. I was really hoping that this would soften some of my calluses but after taking off this mask and rubbing in the essence (as instructed), my feet felt exactly the same. I actually left them on for longer than instructed since my feet were so dry and it was still meh.
Now this mask is not one of those where after a few days your skin is supposed to shed it’s dead skin. This is just supposed to provide immediate results. I am sure there are higher quality foot masks out there that I would like to try, I just thought I’d give this a go since it was so cheap.
All in all, if you see this mask in stores, I wouldn’t waste your time. This does nothing and you’ll spend 20 minutes wondering why you even bothered.
Have you tried this mask before? Have you tried any other foot masks? Let me know in the comments!