Thursday, June 18, 2009

Dry Cracked Skin on Heels

How to Easily Eliminate Thick, Dry Skin on Heels

Cracked heels are very common. They can be painful, unattractive, and very upsetting - especially to those of us who love sandals.

Usually, cracked skin on our heels and feet is caused by excessively dry skin. For many it's worse in the winter months or for those who live in dry climates. But going barefoot and wearing shoes with open backs can exaserbate the problem, meaning that even in the summer our feet are in rough shape.

Unfortunately, as the condition worsens, it becomes more difficult to treat, since regular moisturizers won't penetrate the dry, dead, thick skin on our heels.

It's important to note that skin problems on our feet can be a sign of other health issues, and particularly people with diabetes, skin or circulation problems will want to discuss any foot care regimen with their doctor before beginning. If the cracks on your heels are very deep or bleeding, you'll also want to speak with your doctor.

Try This Natural Balm to help with cracked and dry heels, elbow, knees.

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