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Cracked Heel Repair Push-Up Stick

June 11, 2007

After a long dry winter, don’t skip the sandals this season. Heal and deeply condition worn and weathered heels with Cracked Heel Repair Push-Up Stick, a new product from Earth Therapeutics. Soothe rough, cracked heels with Cracked Heel Repair’s natural formula.

Cracked heels are no match for Earth Therapeutics’ natural formula of anti-septic tea tree oil. The rough skin often found on feet is nourished with shea butter, a natural emollient to repair, soften and protect dry, cracked heels. Cracked Heel Repair Push-Up Stick is hypo-allergenic, contains no mineral oil and is paraffin free. For softer and smoother skin, push the stick up and apply daily to heels, feet, or any rough, dry patches such as elbows, knees or hands.
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