Flexitol will help you with your rough, dry or cracked feet in just two weeks. This heel balm starts working immediately, with visible results in only three days. Flexitol Balm is made with a diabetic-friendly formula. See visible results in just one day with Flexitol Heel Balm for rough, dry feet! Flexitol Heel Balm is a super-concentrated, rich and moisturizing foot cream that is clinically proven to soften and repair rough, dry, chapped, callused, scratchy, ashy, or cracked feet - fast! It moisturizes and exfoliates rough, dry skin with a unique blend of Aloe, Vitamin E, Shea Butter, Lanolin, Glycolic Acid, and Tea Tree Oil combined with pharmaceutical grade 25% Urea and four other moisturizing ingredients. Fast acting, effective results without a prescription. The combination of moisturizing ingredients actively replenishes moisture deep below the surface of the skin, promoting visibly healthier feet in just one day! Use day or night on heels or the whole foot - either with or without socks. Can be used with moisturizing gel heel socks. With Flexitol Heel Balm, feet will become soft, smooth, and healthy looking so you can wear sandals, flip flops, high heels, or go barefoot with confidence. Allows you to stop snagging your socks, pantyhose, bedsheets or spouse with your feet! Flexitol Heel Balm received the APMA Seal of Approval, which is granted by the American Podiatric Medical Association to products that promote good foot health. It is safe and effective for people with diabetes, but can be used by any man or woman wanting superior, fast results and to heal dry, cracked feet. Good for all climates including hot, dry, windy, desert, or just dry indoor air. Good for all seasons especially summer and winter. Flexitol Heel Balm is clinically tested on people with diabetes and those without. Controlled studies show Flexitol Heel Balm with 25% Urea provides superior moisturization to 10% Urea cream and Flexitol Heel Balm improves skin moisturization by over 100% in two weeks. Not designed to treat athlete's foot, nail fungus, or diabetic neuropathy (numbness or tingling in fingers, toes, hands, feet or burning, sharp or aching pain such as diabetic nerve pain).