Sunday, April 16, 2006

Yukky Feet? Two Products That Work

Do you have dry, cracked heels and ugly feet? I do; my heels are so dry that I sometimes get deep fissures and have to use a sealing product (I find it in the local drugstore's footcare department) to keep the fissure (crack) closed. My dry, cracked heels have been the bane of my existence for many years, and the truth is, they only seem to get worse. The vaseline and socks overnight works, but I need to do that almost every other night! Not very practical!
Luckily there are some new products on the market for people with this problem. I recommend their use highly, especially because summer and pooltime will be here before you know it. If you're like me, you like to go barefoot, and dry, cracked heels aren't only ugly, they can be a source of infection.
Two new products have come to my rescue: one is Aveeno, a lotion I regularly use on my face and body. They have a special footcare cream that is great!
The second is called "Miracle Foot Repair", and I bought it at a Bed, Bath, and Beyond store. It is produced by Ontel Products Corp, and you can visit their website at Ontel Products . It also contains an analgesic. Great news, because if you have really dry, cracked heels, you know that they can be painful as well as ugly.
Neither product works overnight, but with regular use, you can see a definite change within a week or two.

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Beth said...

Found your blog via BlogMad-this post caught my attention because I go through the same thing every Spring when it's time to wear sandals. Mary Kay has an excellent foot care package-it's a little pricy BUT it does last a long time and it works wonders! By the way, my actual blog is afrogtokiss.net :)

team gingerbread said...

This post caught my attention as well because the dry air in Edmonton has wreaked havoc on my skin. Thanks

Trollmeister said...

This post caught my attention cos I really don't want to know about your infected, infested feet.

Sicko.

undeRDog said...

nice post

piksea said...

The only thing that has ever worked, and worked consistently on my dry feet is the Cetaphil concentrated hand lotion in the tube.