Wednesday, August 15, 2018

DU'IT Dry Foot & Heel Roll-A-Balm

Our foot or our feet. The lowest part, the part cushioning and supporting us. In fact, our feet are our pillars of strength. I am sure you are agreeing? I hope you are because? Imagine? Can you imagine or have you given a thought that our feet are the engine for our whole body? Our feet taking us from one spot to the other. Whether to the closest distance or further. My question now is? What happens when our feet gets worn out? Wear and tear which we can choose to ignore or we are concern about. Wear and tear in return meaning crack heel and dryness (Rosken Skin Repair Feet & Heel Balm). Notably, slowly or surely showing up. Should we be concern? Should we worry? Should we then pay attention to this part of body? Of course. There's no doubt about it. We should. Otherwise? Feet ugliness, and possibly infection, maybe even pain and we struggling in walking. Yes. To a certain extent or perhaps better for us to accept these facts as the reality. Henceforth, what should we do? Of course we must do something and that something is applying foot and heel cream. Basically we putting our care on our feet. Remember? Much I have already spoken and shared before (Ellgy Plus Cracked Heel Cream)? Right. 

Today, I am going to introduce you DU'IT Dry Foot & Heel Roll-A-Balm. The other from the same brand and for the same purpose (DU'IT Food & Heel Balm Plus), and one which I have been on the look out for sometime. Finally, during one of my rounds in the pharmacy and also since I have already read about this "caring for your foot is essential" product, I bought. How much did I pay? I think within RM35.00. Somewhere around there though I can't tell you exactly how much, but I can assure you its priced below RM40.00. 
To use? Unlike other foot creams, this is the roll-on. Roll the roller ball wherever your feet need attention. All over or specifically where your foot is screaming for attention. Did DU'IT Dry Foot & Heel Roll-A-Balm do what it is suppose to? I must admit it did help in soothing and moisturising. My dryness and maybe cracks ironed out and each time I touch my feet I sort of am satisfied. But its light formula is inconclusive. Said as a dry formula, regardless, it is sticky. Meaning, after applying, you need to stay put for at least half an hour or wear a slipper if you have to move around and be careful when you are on a wet surface, especially in your wet bathroom. Moreover, formula does not sink or penetrate in quickly. DU'IT Dry Foot & Heel Roll-A-Balm basically sitting atop my feet and the more I roll the roller ball, the more of the formula is dispensed. Just remaining there until I have to use my fingers for massaging it in.   
Any regrets? Am I regretting I bought DU'IT Dry Foot & Heel Roll-A-Balm? Maybe I shouldn't say regret because, like I always say, unless you try, you never know. Nonetheless, I definitely am not considering a repurchase. What for? You tell me? Why should I when I can pay lesser for house brands foot and heel creams which by far I believe can equally do the same job for combating or ensuring dryness and cracks does not worsen? 

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