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Zim's Crack Creme, 2 Ounce (Pack of 4)


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  • Developed by a Pharmacist
  • Nature's First Aid
  • The serious skin product for those serious about their skin
  • Unique Multi-Use Liquid Herbal Topical Formula
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Product Description

Zim's Original Liquid Herbal Formula 2.0oz Softens and Moisturizes dry, cracked thickened skin

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  • Shipping Weight: 13.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item can only be shipped to the 48 contiguous states. We regret it cannot be shipped to APO/FPO, Hawaii, Alaska, or Puerto Rico.
  • ASIN: B001ET76FI
  • UPC: 781485032044
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (86 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #16,328 in Beauty (See Top 100 in Beauty)
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Customer Reviews

Zim's crack creme spray is the only product I use for dry feet.
Henry M.
I have been using it for almost a week now and I already see a diffrence in how my heels look and feel.
Shell
I was able to purchase this at CVS originally and they no longer carry it.
Kelly

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Deborah Watson on September 20, 2009
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I'm an entertainer here in Nashville, TN. I sign a lot of autographs everyday and a lot of people see my hands everyday. I have had problems with my hands cracking for decades. This stuff is the only thing that works. Lotions just dry up and go away. I used to buy it in walmart and kmart but the nighttime formula is no longer available there. The day formula is nothing more than a lotion and doesn't work for me. The nighttime is in a small spray bottle and is more of a liquid that really does the job. This stuff is great!!!
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20 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Bonnie S. Coopersmith on May 18, 2007
My whole life I have been bothered by "leather" feet. I have thick skin and hard calluses. I do regular pedicures (and occasional razor pedicures)

and my skin would soften (and be raw) for a week. I also burned my feet in parrafin more than 10 times. No matter what I put on

(vaseline/plastic/moisturizing socks/oil) it didn't help.

Imagine my surprise, when after only 1 week of using Zims 1-2x day

I had the same results as a razor, without the pain/cost.

this is the best stuff around

my feet feel like a baby's tush

I can't urge you enough to try it

B
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By A. M. Updike on November 28, 2010
wow. wow. wow! An amazing product.
I've Been using this one for years and i can't seem to find it in stores, so i'm glad to see it here. I had tried lotions, foot cremes, wax treatments, that stuff that chemically peels the dry skin off... and they all failed to fix my dry, scratchy, cracked heels, calloused toes, and tired feet. Day 2 of using this stuff, i threw the foot file and exfoliants away.
Part of the problem with other treatments was the directions to put lotions and what not on your feet, put on some socks, and sleep with it on. I cant stand wearing socks and can't sleep with them on - my feet just get sweaty. Then, the next day, i'd have this stuff on my feet and my feet would just sweat in my shoes all day. Worse than having the dry feet to begin with.

Things to note:
It's herbal -smells lovely. I love that i'm not pouring a bunch of chemicals on my skin.
It's liquid - not a creme.
The spray form is very handy! (keeps your hands clean)

I just spray this on my feet before bed, rub my feet together, and tuck my tootsies in. Easy! It soaks in pretty quickly. No need for socks! After just a few nights, my thickened cracked skin was softened and the cracks started healing. Now I have the soft pink little feet i used to have as a kid.
I hope this helps you as much as it helps me.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Lisa Holmes on December 11, 2010
In case you're wondering about the all-natural ingrediants, here's the list from the packaging: Glycerine, SD alchohol 3-C, de-ionized water, arnica extract and myrcia oil. I have 2 packages of this version of Zim's in front of me, one has a daisy on the box instead of a picture of the bottle, and the other looks the same as shown. I believe the daisy one is older, but the ingrediants are the same. I found both at my local CVS drugstore, but it is important to note that they were NOT located with the hand lotions or body lotions. Instead, they were across the store on the shelf with the poison ivy cures, and anti-fungals like Lamasil. Strange place to put it, no wonder it's not more well-known. The Crackcreme website says it can also be found at Rite-Aid, K-Mart, Albertson's Grocery, Fred Meyer and a long list of other stores (but not Walgreens), so you might want to check the list of US and Canadian locations. (Interestingly, it shows available Canadian Wal-marts, but American Wal-Marts are on the list). The 2.4 oz spray bottle is easy to use on feet as well as hands. The name is Crack Creme, but in the spray-bottle form, it's more of a *liquid* than a creme, with a texture somewhere between water and baby oil. Note that because it is liquid, it can run and drip (it's a spray, not a mist), so be especially quick to rub your feet together if you use it on your feet. The wetness seems to evaporate in a minute or two, so really it is not greasy like baby oil is. Using the product at least twice a day seems to work best for me. I use it on the inner sides and balls of my feet, and on the side of my index finger, which can get a bit rough from writing with a pen all day. The box says use it on your cuticles, elbows and knees, as well as hands and feet.
Believe everyone's reviews, get some, and give it a week of twice-a-day application. You'll feel a difference.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By pinky on November 16, 2010
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I just can't say enough about this product. If you have spent lots of $$$$$$$$$$ trying other products--STOP right now and try this. I truly have the worst heel problem, very painful especially in the winter. My daughter found this in one of her supermarkets, and said Mom just try it, what do you have to lose? Well let me tell you, ever since then I cannot live without Zims. Plus it smells good too. It has worked miracles on my heels, and my husband also uses it on his elbows. Works there too.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By DJ on October 2, 2012
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My feet are were very dry. I mean if you looked at them, they always have a white look to them because of the dryness. I was ok with this until I started noticing that my heel were beginning to crack!. I bought this product and have found it very useful. Its all natural so that is even better!

Here is what I did for an entire week, every night and saw results:
1) Take the ped egg and scrape all around the feet. This is get all the dry skin out.
2) Take a squirt of your shampoo and wash the feet in luke warm water thoroughly.
3) Pat your skin dry and then use a generous amount of this product ( I used 3 pumps for each feet) and massage all around the feet. Especially around the heel area.
4) Wear a clean pair of socks and go to bed!

Repeat all of the above every night for a week.
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