Monthly Archives: April 2018

Olympic Diver Amy Cozad Magana Tries Baby Foot

Hello! My name is Amy Cozad Magaña. I am one of few athletes that competed in the 2016 Olympic Games, but one of many satisfied customers of Baby Foot.

In the spring 2003, I started taking diving lessons at the IU Natatorium in Indianapolis, IN. I immediately fell in love with the sport and started competing internationally by the fall of 2005. For my last three years of high school, I went to school from 8am until 12pm and I practiced from 2pm until 7pm. All that time on the pool deck and in the pool was hard on my feet. For years I struggled and I tried every ointment and lotion on the market. I tried soaking my feet in Epsom salt, vinegar, listerine, and lemon juice. Nothing worked for years…until I found Baby Foot.

The first time I heard about foot peels was on Facebook. I saw people posting about these masks that make the skin on your feet peel off. It sounded awesome, but I was skeptical. Does it really work? So, I did some research. I went on Amazon and looked at the many different brands of foot peel masks. Baby Foot was one of the Best Sellers and it had by far the most reviews of all of the brands. It had over 7,000 reviews and over 4,000 reviews had five-star ratings. The best part about customer reviews was the pictures that people posted of their feet. There were before and after pictures and pictures of skin coming off people’s feet in huge chunks. I was sold.

I’ve used the Baby Foot Exfoliant Foot Peel twice since the start of 2018. My skin is soft with no cracks. I can’t believe it, but I have normal feet again! I will use Baby Foot to keep my feet healthy and soft while I train for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics!



Everything you need for an at home spa day

Whether you are planning an at home date night, girls night or a little ‘me time’ here is everything you will need for an at home spa day.
No at home spa day is complete without giving your feet a little TLC! If it has been a while since your last Baby Foot treatment then soak your feet in some warm water for an hour and then put the booties on for an hour. (pro tip: soak feet every day until peeling starts)
If you have used Baby Foot recently use our Moisturizing Foot Mask after your foot soak. Perfect to keep your feet soft between Baby Foot treatments.
A cucumber and aloe vera hydrating face mask is perfect when the temps are cold. Blend half a cucumber until it is liquid and mix in about 2 tablespoons of aloe vera gel. Wash your face and then apply with a foundation brush to brush on your face and relax while it dries (about a half hour), rinse off and apply your favorite facial moisturizer.
Hands take a beating during the cold winter months. In addition to the temps being chilly it is cold and flu season which means frequent hand washing. That frequent hand washing can leave your hands very dry. Blend 2 tablespoons oatmeal, 1 tablespoon olive oil, 1 tablespoon of milk and a few drops of tea tree oil and lavender oil until smooth. Apply mask to your hands and then put on rubber gloves (like the yellow ones you use to clean your house) and let sit for 30 to 60 minutes. Rinse and enjoy velvety soft hands.
The easiest moisturizing hair mask is coconut oil, if you want to try something a little different you could mix honey in with the coconut oil. Apply to wet hair and rinse after an hour.