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- Promotes soft cuticles and healthy nail growth
- Softens rough, dry patches on skin
- Luscious California Mango scent
- Cures cracked heels
California Mango Mend Treatment Balm is an intense hydrating balm that is specifically designed to cure cracked heels and soften rough, dry patches on hands, elbows and knees. Also excellent for promoting soft cuticles and healthy nail growth.
Apply liberally to callused or extremely dry areas.
For intensive treatment of severely dry areas, cover skin with Mango Mend and allow to absorb overnight. Use as often as needed to relieve moisture-resistant skin. No need to rinse.
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Smells wonderful This product smells good enough to eat! It goes on smoothly and isn't greasy. Leaves your skin feeling soft and looking beautiful. I use it for my hands and feet . I also love to put it on my shoulders so I can smell the wonderful fragrance. August 13, 2014
A perfect ending for a perfect pedi This stuff is amazing, awesome! I soaked my feet, used the Mr. Pumice Callus Terminator for the problem areas, used the Swedish Clover foot file to scrub away all the dead skin. I followed up with the Heel to Toe Peppermint Sloughing Lotion, and then the Mango Mend Treatment Balm. My feet are prettier than if they were done at a salon. You will not be disappointed with this product. I promise. And a little goes a long way! It smells very, very nice. But you do need to put socks on your feet because it will be greasy at first. It even feels nice on my hands! August 11, 2014
Great stuff!!!!! I love this product. It softens your hands. You think it is oily but it is NOT. I enjoy the smell, but my cats don't March 20, 2014
Great Moisturizer This products smells extremely nice and works well for providing instant moisture for cuticles. Only a very little product is needed for each finger. It absorbs well and provides a softening effect. November 14, 2013