Though “Squeaky Cheeks” may be one of the worst names, according to testers, it is one that conceals a product that’s now an Active Junky requirement. Yes, Squeaky is mandatory on testing trips and expeditions to avoid foot problems and thigh abrasion before they stop adventurers in their tracks. While the clay-based Comfort Blend is at home from head to toe, the Active version is capable of invigorating fatigued feet within seconds. One tester’s experience was even more profound; he’s avoided unpredictable foot surgery for mallet toe simply by using Squeaky Cheeks to counter toe overlap that threatened his high-altitude climbing aspirations.
Being a world class chaffer I needed something that could help get me to the finish line. So much money is spent on race fees, nutrition, apparel and travel, who would have thought $1 would make such a difference. I use it everywhere and always have a bottle in my car. Thanks to Squeaky Cheeks I run chaff and blister free and always smell good doing it. Squeaky Cheeks smells so good it became my go to deodorant and it’s 100% natural just like me. Thanks Squeaky Cheeks!
I use Squeaky Cheeks pre-run, just out of the shower, or any time I feel like the day is starting to take a toll on my personal sanitation level. It's awesome feeling dry and fresh. I love the smell, and the best part about it might be the initial zip it gives you. If you've tried it, you know what I'm talking about. Good stuff!
Wet and smelly feet were always a big issue for me when running and even when I'm working on my feet all day. With Squeaky Cheeks I don't have either problem anymore. Thanks Squeaky Cheeks!
I originally purchased squeaky cheeks for chaffing prevention when I it’s hot and I am sweating…solid chaffing agents aren’t helpful under those circumstances. Since then I have learned that not only does it work better than my old anti chaffing stick BUT it works as deodorant, dry shampoo, and helps get my super tight ski boots on with ease without caking and clogging up things that shouldn’t be caked or clogged. At Bryce 100 last year, I made a lot of friends at a busy aide station by handing it out for public use to volunteers and runners. Everyone asks “what is that stuff” which is as much to explain as our team name…HUMR. Apparently it helps maintain friendships when driving home from runs too.
I have been a daily user of squeaky cheeks since mid November and am happy to report that I am a big fan. I use squeaky cheeks in place of deodorant under my arms and have been using it in "chafe," areas in place of Vaseline or body glide. It does a great job of absorbing moisture, eliminating odors and prevents chaffing. Thumbs up for this great product.