Hawaii Mom Blog: Earth's Care Dry and Cracked Skin Balm Review




December 12, 2015

Earth's Care Dry and Cracked Skin Balm Review

Disclosure: Complimentary product was received for review purposes.  All opinions are entirely my own.   

Keeping the Earth's Care Dry and Cracked Skin Balm bedside. 

Pedicures on a regular basis has helped my toes look their best, but over the years I've noticed the heels of my feet are getting more and more dry.  It looks awful and is pretty embarrassing, but actually is a common foot problem.  One of the causes is wearing shoes that expose the heels which are just the kind of sandals I wear and I don't plan on changing that.  Ever.  But recent ridicule from my daughter, who not only comically mixes the word callous with scallops but is pretty appalled by the whole sight, has led me to always be on the look out for a wonder cure for dry and cracked heels.

When Earth's Care, a company that uses only natural or naturally-derived ingredients, offered their health and beauty products for review, I knew I had to give their Dry and Cracked Skin Balm a try.  The balm has a waxy texture so you don't need a lot for application.  It has a clean, menthol scent.  I was pleased how quickly my skin absorbed the balm, but it was a little slippery when I put my sandals back on so I will just be using the balm on my feet before bed.  

I didn't have immediate miracle results, but I feel with some exfoliation in combination with nightly dedicated use of the balm, my heels will be looking much better.  I have noticed my hands, especially my ring finger knuckle which gets chafed, have started to look less dry with the use of the balm.  So far, I like using the product. 

Earth's Care offers a variety of therapeutic products with no artificial colors or fragrances, parabens, and harsh chemicals.         

Disclosure: Complimentary product was received for review purposes.  All opinions are entirely my own. 


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