I'm gonna start by saying that my feet are usually in horrible condition. I have unsightly dry, cracked, peeling heels and it seems like no matter what I do, I can never get my feet to appear sandal-worthy. I've tried infomercial devices, twice a month pedicures, pumice stones, and tons of different foot lotions and scrubs and I still haven't found the perfect product that repairs my feet 100% and makes them look not so hideous and embarrassing.
I had high hopes for this because the claims on the tube were promising, but this wasn't that great. Since it's labelled a balm, I was hoping this would be really rich and thick, but it's actually quite thin for a foot lotion. The thin consistency makes it easy to spread across your feet and it sinks in pretty quickly, but it's just not intense enough for me. I'm not crazy about the scent of this, but it doesn't bother me, either. It smells like tea tree oil and peppermint. The scent isn't super strong, and though this stuff claims to deodorize your feet, I haven't found that it does that at all.
Even though this product on its own really won't repair my heels, I have repurchased it several times because it is pretty cheap (around $8), it's sold at many stores I frequent so it's easily accessible, and it's a good daytime foot cream (yes, I apply foot cream twice a day and it's still not enough!). I work in a restaurant, so I'm on my feet for long hours. Sometimes if I put on a really thick foot lotion, my feet will slip around too much in my shoes which results in blisters. This gives me a little moisture, which Lord knows I need, while remaining comfortable. At night I'll use something heavier and put on some thick fuzzy socks while it sinks in.
I've recently found some better foot creams at Sally for the same price, so I think I'm gonna say goodbye to this stuff. If you don't have insanely dry feet, I'd recommend giving this a shot, but if your feet are really dry and cracked, I'd look around for something else.