I received these samples for review a little bit ago, and I've been trying them out off an on since then. I feel confident on my opinions, so this will be a pretty quick review.
The first product I tried out, and was eager to test, was the Zim's Heels and Feet Crack Creme- $6.99 (4.8 oz bottle). The bottle states that it is a "natural herbal formula with Ariginine, Arnica and Aloe for dried, cracked, and tired feet." I don't have cracked feet, but were a teensy bit dry. I didn't notice much of a distance. Perhaps I don't have the correct problem that this particular product is looking to correct. Either way, not my favorite. I prefer my Julep lotion over this one, which pains me to say because I'm almost out of it.
The scent is difficult to describe. It definitely has that herbal hint to it, but not much aloe. It may not suit some people, but it doesn't bother me. The texture is creamy, and almost a watery consistency, so a little bit goes a long way. I recommend shaking the bottle before use. Maybe it'll work for you, but for me it just didn't do the job I needed it to.
On the other hand, I was very pleased with the Zim's Max-Freeze for feet- $9.99 (4 fl oz spray can). Spray it on, and your pain is meant to go away. It leaves behind a cooling sensation with no residue. It boosts that it includes organic ilex, aloe and arnica, vitamin e and tea tree oil (I do love tee tree oil). It can be used anywhere on the body, as expected. My husband used it on his knees, and said that it helped a lot (he has knee problems).
The claim is true; it does have 360 degree spray. The menthol is a kicker though. It'll get you as I learned when I was testing the spray claim. It's strong. It does the job. I really like it, and recommend it.
Zim's products are available online, and in store at your local drug store (for US, I'm not sure about international).
This post includes two pr samples:
Zim's Max-Freeze and Zim's Crack Creme