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Love this stuff. Super moisurizing. I will say, though, you still need to use something to take off all the dead skin on the bottom of feet in order to use this stuff on new skin growth to keep it healthy and soft.
I have used Ahava Mineral Foot Cream (with "WATER" printed on the side of the tube). I thought I was ordering this product which I prefer.
This time I orderd Ahava Dermud Intensive Foot Cream (with "MUD" printed on the side of the tube. ) I much prefer the lighter cream which is quickly absorbed into the skin. The product was what I actually ordered and was received promptly. Since it is a matter of personal preference and many people would prefer or have need of an intensive heavier cream it may be a 5 star prouct for them.
I did not know what to expect when the product said that it had Dead Sea mud in the cream. Actually the color is a light golden color, it smells really nice (light almost floral fragrance), it goes on smoothly and it does soften my really hard and cracked skin on my heels of my feet. It is actually soothing and that to me is a great plus. I have tried a lot of foot creams including those with peppermint in them and other additives but this one is my favorite so far. I have a lot of rough skin and I have callouses, etc., from the way I walk on my right foot after I shattered my ankle a few years back and so I really need something that is cooling, soothing, and helps with this sensitive skin. This is a great product.
Very thick, this foot cream works well to soften your feet. I used it mainly overnight and wore thin cotton socks. It is thick, so you must be careful if going barefoot or getting into a wet tub. It does not have much of a smell, that I can tell.
The price is currently $26.50. There are other very good products out there that will soften your feet, including plain petroleum jelly, so I cannot honestly say I think it is worth the price. But, it is a good product, so if you don't mind spending an arm and a leg for your feet, then here's a foot cream for you.
Reviewed in the United States on 27 September 2015
I put my feet through a lot of stress this summer. I walked a trail half marathon and between my regular walking and my long walks training, my feet needed some TLC. Plus winter will be here before I'd like to think about it and my feet get really dry then.
This foot cream felt lovely. It is thicker than most hand cream and I massaged my feet until it fully absorbed. There is a scent which might bother me if this were hand cream, but my feet are far enough away and I always wear socks so I had no issues with the scent.
4.0 out of 5 starsEffective but dangerous product?
Reviewed in the United States on 26 October 2015
I'm not sure how to review this. It contains triclosan (check the other reviews for more info about this chemical) which is apparently dangerous.
This product has the sort of "clay" feeling I associate with some facial mask products, which to me is a pleasant texture compared to lotions, etc. It has a sort of waxy feel to it, too, reminding me slightly of that lovely post-paraffin feeling at the nail salon. Using a small-to-moderate amount of it, I found it soaked into my skin quickly, not requiring a whole lot of rubbing. My feet felt a bit better after the first use, and definitely improved significantly after a few days of daily application.
So if you're not afraid of triclosan, this seems to be an effective product. But why take risks? We're all exposed to enough toxins every day.
So far I am liking this product. I put it on at night after my shower and let it soak into my feet all night while I sleep. I noticed a difference just after a couple of nights. My feet feel softer and smoother. I wouldn't want to put this on during the day and walk around all day with it on my feet, but it is a great night treatment.
In general I'd say that bagbalm does work better in terms of repairing the skin but this is a nice alternative. Sort of an unusual smell but it does its best work when applied overnight anyhow. Soothes the skin and does a little repair. You get a good amount for the price.