Frequently Asked Question

What causes cracked heels?

Cracked heels can be caused by various factors, including dry skin, lack of moisture, prolonged standing or walking, obesity, open-back footwear, certain medical conditions (like diabetes or thyroid disorders), and lifestyle factors such as poor foot hygiene or improper foot care.

What is crack cream, and is it effective for cracked heels?

Crack cream is a popular foot cream specifically formulated to treat and prevent cracked heels. It contains ingredients like urea, salicylic acid, and natural oils that help moisturize, exfoliate dead skin, and promote healing. Many people find it effective in softening and repairing cracked heels.

What is the best foot cream for cracked heels?

The best foot cream for cracked heels is one that is deeply moisturizing, contains ingredients like urea, shea butter, or glycerin, and has healing properties. Dermats recommended Bellonia Moisturizing Foot Cream for cracked heels which are known for their effectiveness in repairing and nourishing dry, cracked skin.

How can I treat cracked heels with a foot crack cream?

To treat cracked heels with a foot crack cream, start by soaking your feet in warm water to soften the skin. Gently exfoliate the affected areas using a foot scrub or pumice stone, then dry your feet thoroughly. Apply the Bellonia Moisturizing Foot Crack Cream, focusing on the cracked areas, and massage it into the skin. Wear moisturizing socks overnight to enhance absorption.

How can I prevent cracked heels?

To prevent cracked heels, it’s important to maintain good foot hygiene, regularly moisturize the feet with rich foot cream, avoid prolonged standing or walking, wear well-fitting and supportive shoes, exfoliate the feet regularly, and maintain a healthy weight. Additionally, staying hydrated and wearing socks made of breathable materials can help prevent dryness.