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Heeltastic Review

Updated: August 15, 2016

Bottom Line


  • Includes no petroleum products
  • Easy to apply


  • Reports of fraudulent charges
  • Medicinal scent
  • Feels greasy on skin
  • Not a long-term solution
Our Analysis
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We also found quite a few complaints regarding orders that were placed by phone or online. Because fraudulent charges and poor customer service are a concern among consumers, you should purchase the product from a local retailer rather than through the official website.

The Internet is loaded with affiliate sites for HeelTastic, reviews for which sound more like advertisements. We ignored these sites and instead found the most objective review at TV station KFVS (Cape Girardeau, Mo.), though the review is based primarily on use by only one tester. At Amazon.com, more than 75 users weigh in on the pros and cons of HeelTastic. We also found reviews at Viewpoints.com and AssociatedContent.com. The Better Business Bureau of New Jersey evaluates and rates the business practices of Telebrands, the main distributor of HeelTastic by phone order, and consumers publish specific complaints at PissedConsumer.com and RipoffReport.com. The main active ingredient, dimethicone, is identified at WellnessStars.com and evaluated by the International Journal of Toxicology.

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