The combination of strong moisturizing ingredients penetrates deeply, locks in moisture and hydrates skin hour after hour, for a full 24 hours with just one useNon-greasyClinically provenRepairs dry, cracked skin
Average Price: $8.69
the new Dr. Scholls insoles works well for people who can not afford to go to a foot specialist or see their chiropractor on a regular basis. there is a new machine available at Costco for members and their guest. you stand on the machine and by adjusting your body just a little by following a small yellow ball on the reading screen, it reads the weight baring on your feet and tells you exactly what orthotic insoles to place in your shoes. depending on the readings from the machine; the insoles can cost from $65.00-$80.00 for 2 pairs in the box. I purchase them as a regular orthotic wearer and I am very pleased with their product. I keep one pair in my shoes and the extra pair in my everyday slippers. They are especially good for those with no extended health insurance and cannot afford to purchase through a doctor's prescription or may suffer from heal pain.
As a diabetic, I have extremely dry and cracked feet. I am constantly looking for the next great foot lotion. Unfortunately this is not it. Although it feels smooth to the touch and appears to be penetrating deep into the cracks of my feet, after a week of use, I am still suffering from dry, cracked feet. The active ingredient in most foot lotions is Urea. The high end foot creams will list the percentage of Urea contained in their foot lotion. Although Urea is an ingredient in this lotion, the percentage is not listed. But judging from the feel of my heels after a week of use, I would guess it is not very high. Although I would consider the price to be pretty good, due to the poor results, I would not purchase this lotion again. Still in search of the next great lotion!!
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