Foot Lubricant


In the past I have used Hydropel which is excellent and I rarelt get blisters. Basically I need some more and I can only seem to be able to get it from America.

Does anyone know where I can get it in the UK or know of a good alternative.




  • fat buddhafat buddha ✭✭✭
    try here

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  • Ha Ha,

    You cannot seem to buy off the race The Planet website, you can only do a stock enquiry.

    Thanks for your response though.



  • I get on really well with compeed anti-blister stick - works for me! image
  • BritNickBritNick ✭✭✭
    SportSlick is my sole choice for feet. Unfortunately it's another American product.
  • You can make your own by melting in a double boiler equal parts of beeswax and an oil of you choice, such as olive oil or a miscellaneous massage oil. You could add a few drops of essential oil (but google first that the essential oil is not contra-indicated for topical application). I start with half an ounce of each and pour it into a few old 35 mm film canisters.You can get beeswax from a apiary supplier in sheets, or I guess you could get a bit of a beeswax candle (e.g., scrounge a stub from a church?).

    Last time I made some I used a few drops of rosemary essence, which has some antifungal properties, and I have no trace of athlete's foot at the moment, which I have had mildly for years.

  • helly dhelly d ✭✭✭
    Another vote for compeed anti-blister stick from me. Portable and not greasy.
  • Good old vaseline does the trick.
  • Only ever used vaseline,works for meimageimage
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