Saturday, August 10, 2013

Dry Foot Treatments

Living in a super dry climate, I've had to deal with cracked skin on my heels in the summer. I've tried a few treatments and I have two favorites: Pedix Heel Rescue Balm and a combination of Lush's Lemony Flutter and Fair Trade Foot Lotion.

Pedix Heel Rescue Balm

This product is amazing! It is hands down my favorite foot cream. It's super moisturizing and I would use it in the morning and then put socks on to trap the moisture. In just a few weeks my heels went from cracked and dry to incredibly moisturized. I got this in a Glossybox one month (which I no longer subscribed to) and I've been dying to repurchase it. I decided not to, however, because it's incredibly expensive. 100 mL is $20.00! I wouldn't mind spending that much on a product as long as I can make it last for a long time, but the Pedix Heel Rescue Balm only lasted me about 3 weeks.

Lush's Lemony Flutter + Fair Trade Foot Lotion


This treatment overall is more expensive than the Pedix Heel Rescue Balm, but it lasts a lot longer. I've been doing this for about three weeks now and just finished my sample of Fair Trade Foot Lotion (which I used sparingly) and the tub of Lemony Flutter I bought is still almost full.

Lemony Flutter smells like - well - lemon and I love it! My husband is not such a fan though - I think it's just a little too strong for him. It has a buttery consistency and is almost a little oily, but it is very moisturizing. It takes longer to work than the Pedix Heel Rescue Balm, but it lasts a lot longer. 1.5 ounces of Lemony Fluter is $16.95, making it more expensive overall than the Pedix Heel Rescue Balm, but it lasts forever since you don't need as much of the product for it to work.

The Fair Trade Foot Lotion adds a little extra moisture to the foot treatment, but it's not really necessary to add into my foot treatments. I've decided to purchase a full size though because I just love the way it makes my feet feel. It has a lot of mint and it just makes my feet feel happy, if that makes sense. It's very refreshing. 7.9 ounces of this product costs $23.95.

Do you have dry feet in the summer? Which products do you like for getting rid of cracked heels?

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