Price: $10 buy 1 get one free (+$6.99 S&H for each). Includes: 10-piece grooming set w/ carrying case ($6.99 S&H)
Heeltastic appeared in Season 1, Episode 9 of Discovery Channel's "PitchMen." Episode - Spotting Talent . The product is discovered by Telebrands and Billy Mays hears about it on a trip to the Telebrands offices in New Jersey. Billy thought the product would be perfect for Sully since Billy, "Doesn't Do Feet." Sully brings in inventor Melinda Clark to learn more about the product. She tells them that she invented it out of her own need for an effective remedy to cure her cracked feet. They duo take the product to test and discover fantastic results and now you're reading about it here.
Claims: The product claims to be a natural way to cure chronically cracked heels and feet. The Heeltastic stick comes in a balm made of neem oil and karanja oil , it looks like a roll-on stick and cures cracked feet in just a few applications with the "fast-acting" formula. The size of the product also makes it easy to use, store and pack for traveling. Complaints: Like with most As Seen on TV Products that have had success, the issue hasn't been with the product but with the ordering process. It's been going on for ten years, but still some people see the price and assume that's the total they'll have to pay. It's gotten better. Companies sometimes would need put in the Shipping and Handling price till after you gave your credit card. I haven't seen that one in awhile. Progress...
By the Way, Don't Fall On Your Ass: one of the funniest complaints I've ever read was on pissedconsumer.com . Someone actually wrote in that they used the HeelTastic on the bottom of their feet, then went a took a shower. They were actually surprised that they fell on their ass. By the way, not that we are authorities and can give official advice, but if you put lotion on your feet and walk across a smooth surface in a high-moisture atmosphere, you have the same potential for injury. Putting something slick on your increase the probability that you will slide along the ground. Also, coffee is typically hot, snow is typically cold, ingesting rat poison is typically harmful and fire can burn you from time to time. Just in case there were any more need for clarifications.
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