If you know anyone who has diabetes, you know one thing that is important to them is caring for their skin. It is so easy for diabetics to get infections which could cause some pretty serious complications for them, especially on their feet. Keeping their skin hydrated and healthy is vital!
Recently my husband had surgery on one of his feet. For weeks he had to keep his foot protected to keep infection out of the incision healing. So his foot was bandaged and wrapped for quite a while. It really made a mess of his foot and the skin became very dry and cracked. We did our best to keep it from becoming a problem, but it seemed to be a losing battle.
Then we tried Zim's Crack Creme. Let me tell you, this stuff did wonders for him. Within just two days his foot was looking much better, was less dry and flaky, and he said it itched less too (dry skin will do that to you).
The Crack Creme is not a cream really. It's a spray that you apply and then massage it into the skin. It feels a little oily at first, but it absorbs into the skin quickly and does not remain feeling oily as it absorbs in.
I love the fragrance, although there is no added fragrance in it. The smell comes from the Arnica that is in it. I love Arnica! It is a light and refreshing smell, and I know how good it is for you too. I've been using it for many years for aches and pains, muscles soreness, and best of all, my arthritis! You can learn more about it here!
This is a fantastic way to heal any cracked skin and to keep your skin smooth and healthy. I can heartily recommend it to you!! Here's what Zim's has to say about it.
Zim’s Crack Creme® Original Formula was founded over 60 years ago to help cement workers treat dry, cracked hands and feet. It is an herbal formula used to soften and moisturize dry, cracked skin on hands, feet, elbows, and cuticles using naturally based ingredients of arnica and aloe vera.
We received samples of the products for the purpose of review. No other compensation was given. All opinions expressed here are those of the author.