Patanjali Cracked Heel Cream Review


Best Ayurvedic/Herbal Crack heal Cream for Rough Torn heels.

This post is on a product from Patanjali Ayurved Ltd. again. But its not like a usual cosmetic product - A Crack heel Cream for dry, rough, torn heels to turn them into soft, smooth and gentle. Its Baba Ramdev Divya Patanjali Crack Heal Cream. I normally have average feet, not too dry, neither too soft but just ok but they actually get quite rough and dry at various times in various seasons like a little more in winters. Apart from them wearing lot of heels frequently actually worsen their condition making them dry and hard. I always prefer herbal ayurvedic brands for any kinds of skin problems since they have least side effects and trust Patanjali Products the most since I like most of its products specially its aloe vera gel and Patanjali coconut hair oil. I have used this cream on my heals almost in all seasons but need these the most in winters when I have severe cracked heels at times with somewhat looking torn and here is how I deal with it using this, one of the best herbal crack heels cream for soft smooth heels.

Patanjali Crack Heal Cream
Patanjali Crack Heal Cream
Patanjali Cracked heal Cream Details:
Baba Ramdev Patanjali crack heal cream is an alternative to expensive pedicures, leaving your heels feeling soft and hydrated. Treats severely cracked heels too, with its natural moisturizing ingredients. Decently priced, and makes my  feet smooth in just a week. Scrub your feet a pumice stone in the evening. Apply the cream around your heels, and all over feet. Wait for the cream to get absorbed.
For cracked Heel, Foot and Fingers.

Patanjali Crack Heal Cream
Price - Rs 60/- for 50g.

Patanjali Crack heel Cream Review

This cream comes in a simple yellow white tube with a white cap which gets tightly closed and is  easy to release too. The cream is slightly thick like normal crack heal creams but is not greasy like them and spreads easily on the skin getting absorbed into the skin when rubbed. The smell is too weird with a mix of camphor and cow urine (this is what I feel) and very difficult to tolerate. Its one of the cons of this cream since the smell is very strong and not bearable at all. But the good part is that this needs to be applied on feet so it does not come in your way again and again. Though this cream can be used on both hands and heals but I thinks its weird smell would resist many to use it on hands including me. Take a look at this white color cream with a thick consistency.

Best Ayurvedic Crack Heel Cream
Before Application
Herbal Crack Heal Cream Review
After Application

The cream appears to be thick and little greasy but its not that way. It gets absorbed into your skin easily giving you a soft non greasy feel. But the best result you get when you apply it overnight and then take a look at your feet. I normally use it overnight, apply, rub and leave it there, this way it remains on feet for long and the result is soft smooth feet in the morning. In case of severe dry rough torn heals, I normally apply the cream at night and wears socks after that. This way it penetrates into the skin nicely but since its very suffocating to wear socks at night, I do this only in extreme winters and when the heels are badly torn. Normally in less moderate conditions, the heels get repairs in few days to a week or more. But if the condition is too severe, one should use this cream twice a day atleast for few weeks and would definitely feel the difference.

Overall I like this ayuvedic crack heel cream very much. Its affordable, easily available and very effective in turning dry feet into soft gentle feet with regular usage for few days and little more if the condition is more severe. So if you too suffer from this crack heal problem, just try this herbal cream and see how it works on you.

Patanjali Crack Cream Pros
Very effective
Smoothens dry rough heals.
Works very quickly on moderate conditions.
Not greasy like usual crack creams.
Ayurvedic and Herbals.
Free from chemicals.

Patanjali Crack Cream Cons
Weird smell, difficult to tolerate.

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