If you have read my blog in the past, you might remember me doing a review of Dermagist before. If you don’t remember, here is a link to the first one. It was back in April of this year. I really enjoyed having the opportunity to review the Hydrating Spa System and was pleased with all of the products.
I was approached to do another review of Dermagist products and I just couldn’t resist choosing my favorite product from the Hydrating Spa System: the heel and foot cream. I have eczema first of all, so my skin is super dry. Second of all, it seems that me feet soak in any kind of moisture that I put on them and they still need more.Like many women, my heels get really dry and no one wants that during sandal season, right?
I have tried a variety of different creams and lotions for my feet. Some that claimed to be “miracle” foot creams were not so miraculous for my feet. I can’t stand the feeling of dry, rough feet. Pedicures are the best way to get rid of that because they soak your feet and rub off all of the dead, dry skin. But what do you do the week after your pedicure when your feet start to feel dry again? That’s when you need a great foot cream.
When I reviewed the Hydrating Spa System I got hooked on the foot and heel revitalizing cream. My friend let me put up a picture of her feet for the review post because she was here when I got the package of product to review. The difference was noticeable right away. Alas, my friend is not here this time.
This time, you get to see my heels. Don’t look away. You need to see this. Okay, I’m taking a deep breath. I’m hoping none of my students see this but I guess if they do, they wouldn’t be shocked because I wear sandals most days anyway. I’m doing this for you all, ’cause I care about the health of your feet.
Sorry the light was not as good for the second shot but I am not a photographer. And my camera isn’t great. It is good enough, however, for you to see that the before picture shows dry scratchy heels and the after picture shows moisturized, softened heels.
If you are looking for a cream to help cure your dry heels, this is the one you should try. You can buy it from Dermagist.com. Or if you are one of the two people who win this cream, you can try it for free! I have two bottles to give away. Two readers will win their own bottle to try out. I’m sure you will love it as much as I do once you give it a try! Use the rafflecopter widget below to enter.
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