Scholl Cracked Heel Repair Cream Review

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Scholl Cracked Heel Repair Cream Review

Hi All,

I have never had this problem of cracked heels until recently when I noticed tiny cracks on my heels and I was alarmed so I was on a look out for a product which came from a trusted name in this category. It was my first stint with these ugly cracks and I wanted to cure them at the earliest so my hunt started. I had heard that Scholl was quite an old player in the foot care industry and its products gave remarkable results so 10 days back I got the Cracked Heel Repair Cream from Scholl’s, Here’s the review of the same:

PRODUCT BEING REVIEWED: Scholl Cracked Heel Repair Cream




Scholl Cracked Heel Repair Cream is clinically proven to repair and relieve rough, dry and cracked skin.
Specially concentrated for the skin on the heel
Fast Acting- works in 7 days
Visible results in 3 days
Relieves discomfort
Helps prevent infection
Dermatologic ally tested
Fragrance free
Suitable for diabetics and sensitive skin


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INR100 for 25ml; 3yrs from the date of manufacturing

scholl repair
scholl repair


Apply twice daily to clean dry skin. Once the skin is restored, continue to use as necessary, to maintain condition.

My take on the product:

It comes in white plastic tub with a cap at the top, the cream is dispensed from the small hole at the opening. It is quite small in quantity so can be carried easily in the bag which makes it quite travel friendly. It is an odourless white coloured cream like substance though the consistency is not as thick as the creams. The cream doesn’t leave any stains on the bed sheet since it gets absorbed to the skin after 10 minutes of application. It is a little greasy but as I said with the rubbing on the cracks for sometime it does get absorbed.

repair cream
repair cream

I have been applying it daily after washing my feet for the last 10 days but to my utter disappointment I don’t see any favourable results. None of the cracks -not even the tiniest of them have been heeled yes definitely the skin on the heels feel softer. My expectations were a bit too high but all I can say is it is not what I would expect from a world renowned leader in the foot care industry.

Pros of Scholl’s Cracked Heel Repair Cream:

1. Comes from the brand which has a world famous image in the foot industry.

2. It is odourless which I somehow liked.

3. It does not stain the bed sheets when I apply it at night

4. Makes the skin softer

5. Comes in a small tube packaging, can be easily carried while travelling

Cons of Scholl’s Cracked Heel Repair Cream:

1. Does not deliver what it promises, it claims to show results in heeling cracks in 7 days, I have been using it for 10 days religiously but no improvement in the cracks.

2. Quite pricey for the quantity.

3. Little greasy and does not get absorbed instantly.

Will I repurchase?
No, I will not, I want a heel repair cream which works on my cracks; I wasn’t actually looking for miniaturisation.

IMBB Rating

2 out of 5


Have you tried Scholl’s Cracked Heel Repair Cream?

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38 thoughts on “Scholl Cracked Heel Repair Cream Review

    1. I know neha, it generally does but this time it dint :(( :(( n :thanks: , u will get to see more of nails n nail paints in the upcoming posts :)) :))

  1. Nice review shivani..Have you tried Himalaya Herbals Foot cream? I also don’t get cracks, but sometimes I get rough skin at the edges of my feet. Himalaya’s foot cream worked quite well to heel it!! 🙂

      1. scholl cream never worked for me neither krack.
        I’ve been using himalaya foot cream from a very long time though not regularly.
        I always have it at home but use it only when i get the cracks

  2. my parlour lady gave me a good tip..she said wash your feet everyday and before going to sleep apply Ponds cold cream..been doing that since I had my last pedicure (4 days ago) far so good

  3. I dont have cracks, I rub them with pumice stone regularly, I use patanjali crack cream to soften my feet

    1. Patanjali products are too good taps, I use their shampoos, tooth pastes, aloe vera gel, biscuits, porridge, soaps….. n a lot of other things

        1. me used pantajali hair oil, soaps, shampoos, spices, churan and creams………my FIL big fan of pantajali products and always asked me to buy………..but most i like toothpaste and coconut oil….

          1. nice review shivani :waytogo: but i never heard about this………but will look for patanjali crack cream for winter :yahoo:

              1. Me to have so many products from patanjali that if I start counting, din se raat ho jayegi! :tongue: 😆

  4. shivani i have never tried anything from scholl. :(( thankfully i dont suffer from cracked heels so a regular foot lotion works. 🙂

    thanks for the review. :specs:

  5. I dont have cracks but almost could be cracks 😛 Been using the Scholl Foot and Nail Cream and was considering picking up this one as well … thanks for the save 😀 Will try the Himalya cream though …

    Ratidoo which foot lotion do you use ?

    1. J doo these days toh i am using some avon ka foot lotion, which is not too for dry feet like mine good imo. otherwise toh it’s mostly simple nivea ki thick white cream. 😀 it works for my feet. 😀

      i want to try himalaya now. :)_

      1. Lol haan me also put regular Nivea now and again …but im Lazy so the almost kind of crack never fully go 🙁 … btw wheres Rads ? aajkal koi dikhayii nahin de raha hai …. :sidefrown: :sidefrown: :sidefrown: :sidefrown: :sidefrown:

    1. Nupur these daz pata ni wats wrong with me, watever cosmetic product am picking up is turning out to be useless 😥

    1. Ur welcome Ramya…, ur DP is super cute :teddy: :teddy: :teddy: :teddy: :teddy: :teddy: :teddy: :teddy: :teddy: :teddy:

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