Does Hydroheel really work or is it a scam ?

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Does Hydroheel really work or is it a scam ?

I saw a comment about Hydroheel on another page about Callous Clear but I'm not sure if it was just spam.

Hydroheel says that it softens your dry heels and can get rid of heel cracks and gets rid of all the rough skin on your feet and heels in only about a week.

Has anybody actually tried Hydroheel that can give a good review? Does it really work? When you go to order it, do they force you to get another Hydroheel for free if you only pay $20 more in shipping and handling (just a scam to trick you into paying more)?

Anyone that has used it please give a full review or let me know if it is just another scam.

   

   

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Does Hydroheel work or is it a scam ?

The Hydroheel.com website looks a bit amateurish, and I can't find any info on the actual ingredients so it's hard to tell beforehand if it's going to work or not. I wonder if it works any better than any other moistening lotion that you leave on your feet for 30 minutes a day.

If Hydroheel can sell enough of their stuff to be able to afford an Infomercial (as mentioned in a comment on another page), then I'll order some (when I see it on TV) and post a review.

Kay
Does Hydroheel really work?

Hydroheel does what it says it does.

In our house, we use it for more than just feet. My son uses it for his lips (he's a lip licker) it got rid of his rash, my husband uses it for eczema on his leg (it went away after a few days), I use it for my hands (my skin used to tear and bleed around my fingernails - it sealed the cuts and healed them, I use it on my baby's diaper rash and I have a friend who uses it for makeup remover (an interesting choice). I also have a neighbor who uses it for blisters. He's a runner and I referred him to Hydroheel when I heard about his blisters.

Have you heard of the book that tells the story of how Hydroheal was invented? If you google Successful Failures or the inventor's name you can find it. I got it as a free download back in September and it was a really inspiring story. I first tried it at a Women's Expo only because they were doing free treatments. The lady put Hydroheel on my left foot and put the plastic bootie on and then I walked around and came back 30 minutes later. She took it off and we compared it to my right foot. I was speechless. I ended up buying three of them. Because everyone in the family uses it, I run out every 1-2 months. I started buying the three month kit to avoid this problem and it was cheaper to do that.

One tip I have learned is that the longer you leave the Hydroheel on, the better the results (they say 30 minutes is all you need - but I like to leave it on for an hour). Every time I use it on my feet my hands automatically get a treatment and it's funny because water just repels off of them. I would assume that is the reason why it works so well, it really is protecting your skin while it heals it underneath. I hope this helps!

Anonymous Visitor
Re: Does Hydroheel really work?
this sounds like a paid endorsement....
Anonymous Visitor
Re: Does Hydroheel really work or is it a scam ?
I have had this for 2 days. I noticed a big change within the first try. I wear flip flops year round and get pedicures once a month, but surprising this works better than those treatments at the spa, or at least tides you over until your next pedi. I also had an chemical reaction on my hand that left it very dry and cracking. I had tried other products to clear it up, but it always cracked again. No joke the first try using Hydroheel and it was almost healed. It was amazing! I am not paid to say this, nor do I usually give reviews. But I was so shocked by this product i had to tell people it is not a scam. I believe I got my monies worth! I will be getting more.
Anonymous Visitor
Is Hydroheel a scam ?
I want to try Hydroheel but can't find it at my drugstore.
Anonymous Visitor
Does Hydroheel really work?
I just recently heard about olive oil & sugar scrub to exfoliate the skin. I tried it last night on my feet. It made them soft and did remove some of the dead skin, so it's possible that the more you do it the better the results.
Anonymous Visitor
Hydroheel scam
SCAM!? Not even Milli Vanilli would stoop so low in trying to pass this off as authentic. Mind you, I tried it on my hands in case I got a negative reaction from the cream & also because they are mildly dry. After leaving it on for thirty minutes, I wiped them off & I did get a negative reaction, it didnt work. The before & after shots were carbon copies. I heard within the next twelve months they're going to raffle off the Opera House. $50 a book.
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Re: Does Hydroheel really work or is it a scam ?

I got cracked heels for the first time this past summer and got the Hidroheel, my heels got back to normal eithin a week, then in November I got this strange rash in my face, really painful and itchy, like I would wake myself up at night scratching my face itchy, I tried every cream that the Dr gave me and every natural herbal cream I know of and finally decided to try eith this one, I'm finally feeling better, my face is not flaking any more, thr redness is gone and minimal itching, I think I'm on the right track to healing this finally after 3 1/2 months. If you're skeptical I say try it once and feel it for yourself, don't take just my word.

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