Friday, May 22, 2015

Trail Toes foot cream

love your feet

Sadly, the product I have long used for blister prevention and foot care—HYDROPEL—is no longer avalable.

But, a new product is out and it work great, very similar what is no longer around. It is called TRAIL TOES and it is highly recomended by me!

  Here is a LINK to their site!  
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8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Mike lives...8/29 last post was wondering

Anonymous said...

The original Hydropel was 30% Dimethicone.

Trail Toes lists the ingredients as: "Petrolatum, beeswax, aluminum starch octenylsuccinate, dimethicone, phenoxyethanol" which would seem to indicate that the Dimethicone percentage in Trail Toes is likely rather less.

I wonder if either of the following two products could be added to make a closer approximation of Hydropel?

http://www.lotioncrafter.com/lotioncrafter-el61.html

http://www.amazon.com/MakingCosmetics-Inc-Iso-Dimethicone-Copolymer-5-3oz/dp/B00AFP6X5Q/

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Charles Leggett said...

I use Lanacane Anti-Chafing Gel. YMMV.

From their website: "Lanacane Anti-Chafing Gel is made with the following ingredients: cyclopentasiloxane, dimethicone crosspolymer, dimethicone / vinyl dimethicone crosspolymer, zea mays (corn) starch."

I think that it is closer to the Hydropel formula.

john shimer said...

Use coconut oil

vorgu said...

Thanks for the tips!

Shawn Deny said...

I wonder if either of the following two products could be added to make a closer approximation of Hydropel?
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steve.flinn said...

i like the Vaseline Deep Moisturizer cream for chafe spots and footcare.