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There are a few things you want to be aware of health-wise before using Baby Foot, a peel treatment. As the label warns, babies (because they already have "baby feet") and women who are pregnant should not use this. "There are parts of the developing fetus and uterus combination that might have desmosomes in them, and you don't want to break that up if it should enter the blood stream," podiatrist Dr. Dennnis Shavelson explains. Also, if you have any deep heel issues, wounds, or infections on the foot, you shouldn't use this. Shavelson also recommends that those who are diabetic or have poor circulation should see a doctor before using it. You should also be aware of allergies before using it. An allergic reaction could result in soreness, itching, redness, and blistering. Shavelson compared it to a reaction to poison ivy. If you do have a reaction, you should consult a professional or go to the ER.
 
Source: Emily Rekstis, Self Magazine [9/29/16]
 
Brought to you by Dr. John Hardy, owner of Toronto Foot Clinic, Academy Foot and Orthotic Clinics
 
 

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