The product “melts” upon contact with your skin, so you can easily smooth it in, but still travel with it (it’s not a liquid). That’s the upside. The downside is that you may use more of it than you need at first, until you figure out how much will “melt” when you apply it. Also, it is a bit slippery, so you might want to wear socks if you’re walking around or applying it before bedtime.
All that aside, there have been mixed reviews on other web sites about HeelTastic, many of them focusing not on the product, but on ordering issues. You can get this one in a number of major, retail outlets, such as CVS, Bed, Bath & Beyond, and Target. You can also visit the HeelTastic Official Web Site for more information and to order but you’ll pay shipping and handling charges.
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