Hi so I have really bad feet they are super dry and cracked I have to use my foot shaver/ped egg what are some products that have worked for you to moisturise your feet
Scholl heel balm is good
Thankyou I have tried this one it does seem to work but my feet are still left quite dry afterwards, it is amazing in the fact it gets rid of my cracks my I find it doesn’t moisturise very well
I really like the NS-8 Heel Balm Complex. I put it on after exfoliating my feet in the shower and they instantly look and feel nicer. Best results if you use it for a few nights in a row. You can get it from Chemist Warehouse.
Thanks so much I have never heard of this will defiantly give it a go
I like Dermal. They have a few different ones to try. Any chemist will supply it & sometimes it's on special.
Thanks so much chemist? So is it a prescription or no
I agree with Vivian007, NS-8 is awesome, I get it from Priceline or any of my local pharmacies, they all seem to stock this one as it is so good. Also check out the QV range in the pharmacy, they have an 'Intense Cream Body Moisturiser' that is seriously moisturising - I wear it to bed and put socks on because it is quite gooey but leaves your feet feeling soooo soft and hydrated.
I have had an ongoing challenge with hard skin on the soles of my feet since I was a teenager. I've had good results by using the Scholl Velvet Smooth Electronic Footcare System, but you have to keep up with regular maintenance with it (the hard skin will return):
I prefer to use a carrier oil in addition to the above Scholl product, and there are so many to choose from such as cold-pressed macadamia oil, coconut oil etc.
Burt's Bees make a good foot cream that lots of people love. I tried it but I didn't like its peppermint scent.
I've been experimenting with different exfoliating products for the tops of my feet (not the soles), but I'm not ready to wholeheartedly recommend one yet. I'm trying different exfoliating products with ingredients such as glycolic, salicylic, lactic acid etc.
Not long ago my heels were cracked from cold weather and B/Bees saved me it from getting worse. Putting on socks overnight helped too.
I am using the BBees at the moment too (a gift) but I doubt I would re purchase after I finish. It is nice, but quite messy.
Thankyou so much my mum just brought me some exfoliating bars for the shower and they are actually amazing
I have really dry cracked heels too and have to be careful because of diabetes. I use the ped egg once a week and dermal heel balm every few days when i remember! Any product with urea does the job. I use it at night and wear cotton socks over the top. In summer wearing the socks can be a pain.
I found that as well used to wear socks all the time to stop my feet rubbing but my mum recently brought me some exfoliating bars for the shower and they are amazing
I use a pumice stone as it is kinder on the skin... Also, I use either Coconut Oil or Little Innoscents (yep, baby cream) on my feet...
Wow hahah would never think of baby oil thanks and I have some exfoliating bars my mum just brought me and they are amazing also
I used to have this problem, and my heels would actually bleed in the day because of the bad cracks. But I started using a pumice stone regularly and I picked up a foot cream that contained urea from Terrywhite Chemist. That helped heaps! Give it a go and see how it works for you?
I know not everyone is into this, but foot peeling masks work a treat to get rid of extra dead and dry skin! I've used the Tony Moly one and I swear it worked and the results were great.
Other than that, my number one tip is to wear socks or slippers after you moisturise and repeat that everyday, particularly after a shower as the product will absorb nicely into warm skin.
Thankyou so much everyone will defiantly give this ideas a go
I use my scholl foot pedi and a good foot cream am using a Dermal one at the moment at night and wear bed socks over the top, definately helps with dry feet especially during winter.
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