Anti aging guide

Treating Cracked Heels with Glycerin or Lanolin Cream

 

 

How to treat cracked heels with glycerin or lanolin cream

Cracks in heels that do not respond to regular foot care which includes washing, drying, and making use of a pumice stone or rasp for filing away dead skin cells may need a more intensive treatment method. The heel cracks, also known as heel fissures, in many cases are the consequence of dried-out skin as well as lack of attention to the everyday wear and tear on your feet.

Try a daily foot soak in warm water, after that dry your feet before massaging in glycerin or lanolin cream to soften the heel tissue. It will not be long before you will be happy to show off those stunning feet in sleek sandals or sling-back pumps.

Posted by Carol Hudgens - February 18, 2012 at 1:09 pm