A is for Acid

Dear Housewives,

As many of you know, I recently tried an at-home acid bath for my feet. In Canada, the product is called Footner, and consists of two plastic socks filled an acid solution that speeds the skin shedding process. You only wear the socks for an hour, but the product takes several days to do its job. I am at the stage where large pieces of dead, dry flesh fall away from my feet. Obviously, housewives, I regularly vacuum.

I am very content living in House Slytherin, and I decided to see if there was a slightly less intense at-home option available for my face. And it turns out there is.

It is called Drunk Elephant TLC Sukari Babyfacial.


Drunk Elephant TLC Sukari Babyfacial contains a total of 27% acid. You put it on for 20 minutes and then remove the acid and douse your face in Virgin Marula Luxury Facial Oil so that your face doesn’t immediately burn off.

Unfortunately, after scouring the internet, it seems that Drunk Elephant TLC Sukari Babyfacial is not sold or shipped to Canada. Something called “Health Canada regulations.”


Portman Doe

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