Help treat foot skincare problems using one of Flexitol's effective products; including Flexitol Heel Balm which has been formulated to achieve visible results in just one day and has been medically proven to hydrate dry, cracked heels and feet.

Once the foot problem has been treated, ensure the results are not reversed by maintaining the foots hydration. Flexitol's everyday moisturiser will soften and care for dry feet / skin and ensure they are kept in a well-nourished condition.

Diabetic Feet

People who suffer from diabetes are more at risk of ulceration if they have dry, cracked heels. Dry, cracked skin can become an entry point for bacteria which can make infection more likely. It is therefore vital that if you have diabetes, you regularly examine your feet, and maintain good foot health.

1Step One

A good daily foot care and maintenance routine is essential. This is best done at the same time each day and should consist of:

  • Washing your feet
  • Moisturising the skin
  • Checking for injuries or changes, for example redness, damage or build-up of hard skin

2Step 2

Wear the correct shoes and socks.

 Hard skin can build up on the areas where your shoes or socks rub on your skin. The risk of this can be reduced by wearing well-fitting and supportive shoes. You should also avoid wearing shoes without socks.


3Step 3

Pay attention to your toenails.

 Your toenails should be regularly cut using clippers or filed. You should cut or file straight across to avoid ingrowing toenails.


4Step 4

Tackle concerns quickly.

 If you spot problems, take early action and don't delay before seeking professional help.