It's Very Inexpensive - Does it Really Work?
The answer is a resounding "yes". With prices ranging from $1.99-$4.99, you probably have doubts that this will do anything for your dry cracked feet. Let me reassure you; your doubts are wrong. Always keep this in the back of your mind; low price does not always equal low end products. The same goes for high price products. Avon cosmetics is full of high quality products at a low price point.
Avon's Cracked Heal Relief Cream (buy direct) is intended for very dry cracked heels. With a bit of lidocane to numb any pain you have, the cream infuses moisture to protect and nourish your dry feet.
With a rating of 4.7 out of 5 lippies on makeupalley.com, 97% of customers said they will buy it again. Many compared it to the high end (expensive) foot creams that they had used in the past. A couple of women even called it the coveted "holy grail" of foot creams. When reading the reviews on Avon's website, nothing less than 5 stars were given.
The Bottom Line - Should I Buy It?
The only negatives that I could find were the scent and the size. Because of the lidocane, it does smell a bit medicinal. But the scent doesn't last long and it shouldn't deter you. You're not using it as a fragrance, and really, it's on your feet under your socks and shoes. Also, while a little goes a long way, with only 1.7 ounces of lotion, it doesn't last very long. Avon is known for their constant sales, so be on the watch for a discount and purchase a couple tubes.
But really, it's not common to have such resounding high reviews for any body or skin care product. When you're talking about a great product that comes in at less than $5.00, I'd say it's a good buy.