Zim’s Crack Creme – Cured My Hobbit Feet!

A box of Zim's Crack Creme

Just the thing for rock-worn hands, Zim’s Crack Creme

Zim’s Crack Creme is just what the doctor ordered.

Rock climbing takes its toll on your skin, especially your hands and feet. It’s a constant battle between keeping them dry when climbing and hydrated when not. It’s a fine line that is made more complicated by living in the desert. I basically can’t hydrate my skin enough and I’m prone to cracked heels and sensitive cuticles as it is.

Enter Zim’s.

The texture is light, it’s more of a liquid than a cream, which allows your skin to suck it up like a sponge. Every evening I apply it to my torn cuticles and to the cracks on my heels but you can use it on any troubled skin areas.

The combination of aloe vera and arnica ingredients helps to alleviate the pain of damaged skin. The scent is of a spicy clove-like mixture but it isn’t too overpowering.

It’s widely available at most major grocery stores and pharmacies so it’s easy to find and sample.


Got Hobbit Feet? Get Zim’s Crack Creme!

Creme…sounds soothing, doesn’t it?

Well, I can attest that Zim’s Crack Creme most certainly is soothing.

If your hands, cuticles, and feet look like Frodo Baggins’ when he finally arrives in Mordor, then you’re probably in need of a little TLC.

May I suggest Zim’s Crack Creme. It’s an herbal moisturizer with Arnica flower extract that soothes wrecked hands, torn cuticles, and cracked feet. It’s disappearing formula allows quick absorption that leaves dry skin feeling soothed without a greasy-feeling residue.

Your skin will feel revitalized and the vanishing clove scent won’t overpower your sense of smell as it fades as soon as it’s absorbed into your dry skin.

If you’re serious about skincare, don’t want a greasy residue on your hands, and want to moisturize quickly, then get Zim’s!.

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