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SCHOLL Cracked Heel Repair Cream 25g £1.00 @ Poundland.

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I spotted this the other day in our local PoundLand in Nuneaton... It varies in price from around £4 online upto around £7 in the high street so it has to ba a bargain for a pound!!

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    marmaduke
    Not really worth buying even at this price. This is, in my opinion, the worst stuff on the market. I am not slating you, it prob a good find if you believe in this product, but believe me you don't have to look far to find a better 1, at the same sort of price as well.
    westbrom
    Thanks for this deal OP great deal for a leading brand, heat added.
    Tallulah Belle
    Have to disagree with above - in my opinion this is the best ever if you suffer with cracked heels like I do - I tried everything on the market and this is the only one that works - it does what it says on the packet and you do see a visible difference in a few days. Bargain at this price:thumbsup:
    nihcaj
    marmaduke;8137874
    Not really worth buying even at this price. This is, in my opinion, the worst stuff on the market. I am not slating you, it prob a good find if you believe in this product, but believe me you don't have to look far to find a better 1, at the same sort of price as well.


    You beat me to it... I think it is pretty useless too.

    Ped egg to keep it shaved off (don't go too berserk on it, just keep the harder layer very thin as going right down to new layers of skin is usually too potentially problematic if there is a previous cracking history!) and just about ANY moisturising product (from hand creams to face stuff!) CONSTANTLY remembering to use it daily or more often even is the trick to keep the cracks away. Platic bags on the feet overnight with loads of cream helps if bad, but don't let it get that bad!

    The purpose made products sometimes work a bit better than everyday creams, but for the price, not much - BUT, keeping the problem away is the trick, as once it cracks it is a lot harder to sort!
    dougieboy
    Can't complain about the price. The best products have higher levels of the key ingredient, urea, which is a fairly expensive commodity. So you'll find products like Flexitol which cost around £10 contain 25% urea. So in reality, you get what you pay for. For extreme cases of cracks which make walking painful, you have to opt for the higher concentration products.
    Haggle
    Yes PedEgg is good, and just £2 delivered from Deal Extreme: http://www.dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.22529 :thumbsup: You could use any body lotion to soften the skin afterwards.
    kaksy
    Body Shop Hemp Foot Protector Cream is excellent - expensive at £10 for 100mls tub but I bought a shedload when the offer was on here and ot 3 tubs for £10 delivered - definitely worth it at that. Really good cream - heavy duty. Once you've scraped and filed etc just put some of this on and you can tell the diference straight away and it lasts for ages without having to re-apply.
    nihcaj
    dougieboy;8138498
    Can't complain about the price. The best products have higher levels of the key ingredient, urea, which is a fairly expensive commodity. So you'll find products like Flexitol which cost around £10 contain 25% urea. So in reality, you get what you pay for. For extreme cases of cracks which make walking painful, you have to opt for the higher concentration products.


    ..... and is equally poor.

    Get the thick off, mechanically, then soften it.
    These creams, like so many proprietary products do very little, whatever their content.
    Tried them ALL, and if I have missed any, my Mother has tried those!
    njgleeds
    Oh well, a win-win as far as I'm concerned... I've picked up some useful tips for dealing with my rough skin AND I've finally broken my duck by getting something voted hot!!
    Good times :-D
    smurks
    i liked this stuff - used it for wearing strappy sandals to a wedding last summer and it made my heels look presentable after using it for 4 nights!
    sijames
    Wife has had problems with feet for ages, inc cracked heels. Made up a mixture of olive oil, tea tree oil and lavender. Works a treat, but needs daily application (better at night).
    nihcaj
    sijames;8141261
    Wife has had problems with feet for ages, inc cracked heels. Made up a mixture of olive oil, tea tree oil and lavender. Works a treat, but needs daily application (better at night).


    Fine, but men are best to avoid the Tea Tree oil.. as it has the potential for shall we say, upper body development!
    kaksy
    nihcaj
    Fine, but men are best to avoid the Tea Tree oil.. as it has the potential for shall we say, upper body development!


    LOL haven't heard that before! Priceless - mabe that's why there's a lot of moobs about :w00t:
    njgleeds
    Well ****** me, that's where I've been going wrong, using tea tree shampoo all these years...
    nihcaj
    kaks26;8141506
    LOL haven't heard that before! Priceless - mabe that's why there's a lot of moobs about :w00t:


    njgleeds;8141684
    Well ****** me, that's where I've been going wrong, using tea tree shampoo all these years...


    I jest not....

    http://www.nih.gov/news/pr/jan2007/niehs-31.htm

    Thing is.. a lot of things are phytoestrogens... Soy products for example! Moobs are the least of your problems.... that is only the visible effect of too much oestrogen.
    sollas001
    njgleeds
    Oh well, a win-win as far as I'm concerned... I've picked up some useful tips for dealing with my rough skin AND I've finally broken my duck by getting something voted hot!!
    Good times :-D


    I see that duck - you leave her alone!
    Casalguidi
    I have suffered with cracked heels for years...the only product on the market that will work for me is Flexitol...and I have spent lots of money trying to find a cure..Flexitoll was actually recommended to me by a podiatrist...If scholl worked for you in a couple of days...then your heels can't have been that bad..

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