I have always been a person who when at home stays bare footed which is comfortable but leaves my feet feeling tough and very unattractive. I honestly can't see spending the money for a full pedicure so I took the challenge of doing it myself. I purchased Freeman Revitalizing Foot Balm (Lemon & Sage) in the hopes that this would be a good product. I had never heard of the brand but decided to give it a shot. The bottle states that this product will leave your feet feeling smooth & soft which was exactly what I needed. I will say my feet have some pretty thick dry skin, which helps with walking around without shoes. I soaked my feet, and used a foot tool to remove the layers of thick ugly skin. I knew this product couldn't work miracles by itself. So I was able to get a lot of the dead thick skin off when I tried applying this foot balm. When I poured it into my hand a runny thin clear gel come out which was not what I had expected. I should've opened this product up in the store before I bought it because I expected a thick cream or something. Decided to apply it anyway, and as soon as I applied it melts and slides off warm skin. I rubbed it in, and it literally made my skin feel sticky like glue not smooth like the bottle states. The main ingredient in this foot balm is water, along with aloe leaf, lemon extract, sage extract, tea tree oil, avocado oil, dimethicone, and some other inactive ingredients. One of the main reasons I bought this particular foot product is because it's ideal for diabetic foot care, so I assumed this had to be a good product. I was mistaken, and now left with a watery sticky foot product. This product doesn't work at all.