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Cracked heels Mama Rice 34 kids; North Las Vegas, Nevada 11980 posts
12th Jun '13

I have tried all the foot lotions and other things I can find in the store, but I am not able to actually get rid of my dry cracked heels. They crack and bleed in places it is so bad. I have tried thick lotion and socks every night. :(



Help!! What do you use on your dry, cracked heels?

Kimber-lily Due September 27 (girl); 4 kids; Nova Scotia 28962 posts
12th Jun '13

I give myself pedicures but it's with professional product from school.



Why not go to a esthetics college and have a student do your feet? Where I go we only charge 10.00

tonys_mama(army wife) 4 kids; 1 angel baby; Fort Irwin, California 15536 posts
12th Jun '13

Utter balm works wonders!!

MamaTay[Kennedi] 1 child; Greenville, Texas 4477 posts
status 12th Jun '13

That happened to me when I was pregnant. OHMYGOD I wanted to scream because nothing worked. Well, having my daughter worked. Lol. I would soak my feet in conditioner and then heavy lotion with the aloe infused socks. Hated. My. Life.

Tiffany Knickerbocker 19 kids; Indiana 519 posts
12th Jun '13

pure shea butter straight from the nut. It really does wonders. Its good for dry skin, sunburns, hair, even diaper rash and you its fairly cheap as well

Harva Due February 24 (boy); 3 kids; California 806 posts
12th Jun '13

epoch Sole Solution from NU Skin works wonders! You can see the difference within 24 hours. I swears by it! I always had horrible problems with cracked heels!

Mama Rice 34 kids; North Las Vegas, Nevada 11980 posts
12th Jun '13
Quoting MamaTay[Kennedi]:" That happened to me when I was pregnant. OHMYGOD I wanted to scream because nothing worked. Well, having ... [snip!] ... daughter worked. Lol. I would soak my feet in conditioner and then heavy lotion with the aloe infused socks. Hated. My. Life."


When I am pregnant is the only time I don't have problems with my heels cracking and bleeding. LOL

Natalie's mommy 1 child; Anoka, Minnesota 929 posts
12th Jun '13

I lather my feet in aquaphore or however you spell it and put socks for a few hours.
It really helps me.

Sugarhiccup LLC ; 5 kids; Lahaina, Hawaii 2825 posts
12th Jun '13

I second pure Shea butter or coconut oil.

user banned 4 kids; Mueang Phuket, Thailand 30487 posts
12th Jun '13

I saw something on Pinterest that said blue listerine and vinegar will make the dry skin rub off. Like soaking you feet. I have this problem and have been recently using my ped egg after a shower and slathering coconut oil and socks

Angel [Mariah's Mommy] 1 child; Indianapolis, Indiana 18065 posts
12th Jun '13

I have a ped-egg like thing I use before I shower and after I shower, then I lotion them to death

user banned 3 kids; Washington 15083 posts
12th Jun '13

If you can afford it go to a nail salon and get a pedicure with a calus remover done.



Then get a pumis stone and use it every couple days at the end of your shower. Apply some shower wash, Rub it with some pressure but not too much in quick circles. Then rub lotion- i use dr sholes for her or my new fav, gold bond foot cream. Really massage it in good, several times a day.



My heels were cracking real bad last year and I managed to get them better. And then we went on a road trip and they got bad. My left heel was cracking and bleeding. I could hardly walk on it. I started my routine 3 weeks ago after the pedi^ and I have a couple dry spots, but they are almost 100% cleared up. Kind of shocked actually.

SuperSecret123 Japan 220 posts
13th Jun '13

I had this happen once, just lotion them after your shower and keep socks on for a couple hours... should improve in a couple days!