Alessandro International Pedix Heel Rescue Balm Reviews

3.5/5
50% OF CHICKS DIG IT
4 reviews
Ranked #118 out of 164 in Foot Care

The perfect skin-care aid for dry, chapped feet: When used regularly, the rich cream with MarinaVital complex provides lasting protection against callus formation. Shea butter, allantoin, and tee-tree oil ensure that skin is intensively protected and stays soft.

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Recommended? You Betcha!
April 01, 2013


I can't believe that some people don't like it. I've been using it for years. I love it. It's not greasy & I can put my shoes on right away with out sliding around in them. It's been available in the Montreal area for a long time but I buy it in a tube ( not the jar in the photo) for $19.50. I would tell anyone to buy it.

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Recommended? Fugheddaboutit!
August 27, 2012


I too received this heel balm in July's GlossyBox. I enjoyed the scent of the product but not much else. Maybe I expected too much but considering it's called a heel rescue balm I wasn't impressed with the results. I found the product a little too greasy for my liking and after using it for a week along with my ped-egg, I didn't find it was softening my heels at all. I really wanted to like it but I'm gonna have to pass and continue looking for the ultimate foot cream.



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Recommended? Fugheddaboutit!
August 04, 2012


I received my Alessandro Intentional Pedix Heel Balm in my July GlossyBox for free. I tried to find where it was available for sale and I could only find it sold in Canada in Quebec and it sells for $19.95 for a 100ml bottle. Their web site says if used regularly if will provide you with long lasting protection against callus formation. Pedix Heel Balm contains shea butter, allantoin and tea tree oil that is supposed to intensively protected and keep your feet soft. I’ve bin using the Curel foot cream for dry crack heel’s and feet for about a month now and really love it. When I gave the Pedix heel balm a try I was hoping for better results then I got. Unfortunately I found it to be to oily for me and it didn’t absorb near as well as the Curel does. I’ve already given it away and I definitely won’t be buying, it just wasn’t for me. I know some others that have tried it and love it, so you just might like it. I’d tell you to definitely try and get a sample of this before you spend that much money for a foot cream.

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August 03, 2012


I received this foot balm in my July glossybox and I really love it.It has a really nice scent and absorbs into the feet so well leaving them silky soft.It has Shea butter,allantoin,olive oil, tea tree oil and sandalwood.I think its the sandalwood that gives it such a nice woodsy smell. I've been keeping it in my fridge and it feels heavenly to apply onto hot achy tired feet.

Since it is sandal season I want my feet to look good and not be all dry and flaky.The tree oil is perfect to clear up any dry patches on the feet.My feet actually feel nourished after applying this it also makes them feel so refreshed. I'm not sure were you can purchase this,but I will be researching to find out this is my new favorite foot balm.

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