Hi again. Aims here. I have heard many complaints from people over the years about not just the skin on their feet, or hands, but also their knuckles and elbows. Those are areas that just naturally, because of the way we are built, seem to get rough or more. All the bending and wear and tear. Makes sense. They are among the hardest areas on your body to keep soft and not have cracking problems, especially on the knuckles of all your fingers.
One of the best things about Glysolid is that you don’t need to use a lot of it to make an impact. Many people think, like when they first start with a product to try and heal their skin problems, that they should use a lot, and then keep doing so as the skin heals. With Glysolid, you don’t need to do that. All you need is a little bit and it goes a long way. Even as small as a large drop does the trick. You save your skin and your money too, because the product lasts. You will see.