I have to say, their website is full of information on different skin issues, some related to cancer (radiation burns, hand/foot syndrome) and some other issues. Links send you to information areas which are NOT trying to sell you anything, but give you information on what you can do to alleviate the problem.
The Lindi Soothing Balm was the product which they sent me to see if it would help my Hand-foot syndrome. The soothing balm is light, and not greasy or oily. I can honestly say that I can put it on when I'm in the bathroom and if I forget to open the door before I put it on....that's ok as I'm still able to turn the knob....not the case with some of the other stuff I've tried...(yes...pretty humiliating when you have to call for your husband to release you from the bathroom!). It doesn't have any fragrance added, it is free of parabens (the stuff which mimics estrogen and is basically not good for us), and has not been tested on animals.
It seems to work well for my day-time use....I am afraid that my skin reactions to Xeloda are pretty extreme, and I need something heavier on my feet for night use. Even on the half dose, I have very tender fingertips and toe-tips (is that a word??), cracking feet, and severe redness. The burning sensation doesn't seem to go away...and it keeps on getting worse. I am sure, however, that for most people this would do really well, and I like it much better than Udderly Smooth (which contains parabens). It is made with avocado, olive oil, glycerin shea butter and a bunch of other stuff. It does help with the dryness, but the tenderness is still there, I assume it is just because of the severity of the reaction which I am lucky enough to have.
They have a product which they suggested I try called the Cooler Roll. Unfortunately, the facility which makes the Cooler Roll was affected by Hurricane Sandy and it is temporarily out of stock.
They have an area which you can sign up for emails which gives you a discount for your first order. In addition, I have received several special promotions since signing up, so it is worth doing that even if you aren't sure you're ready to order anything. I also noticed that they have a money back guarantee, so if you want to try it, but are not sure it is going to do anything for you, you do have the opportunity to return it if you're not happy.
One last thing...if you use the following link, then they will give 10% of the sale to the not-for-profit of my choice...and I am going to designate the Metavivor Research & Support. You can find them here.
Here's the link you need to use in order to get the 10% credited to Metavivor: