At Long Last It’s Possible to Have the Sole of a European!

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”Intense Hydrating Cream” from Pedi-Relax®, a cream made in France and used by people with diabetes in Europe to treat their soles, is now available in the United States at www.cvs.com for $7.99.  The line is specifically formulated for extremely dry and damaged feet and is endorsed by the Federation of International Podiatrists.

Pedi-Relax® (distributed in the U.S. by Santé active), has three distinct lines of foot care products that pamper, refresh, and protect your feet. The products combine scientific research with natural essential oils.  Used for centuries by natural health experts and healers, essential oils are now being explored by the scientific community to treat a variety of diseases.  The chemical composition and aroma of essential oils can provide valuable psychological and physical therapeutic benefits.  The cream includes the following ingredients:

  • Urea, lactamide MEA, petrolatum and glycerin for moisture and hydration
  • Limonene and piroctone olamine to protect feet
  • Tocopheryl nicotinate for circulation maintenance

The other foot care product available in the “Protecting” line is the “Protective Barrier Cream for Feet.” Specifically formulated with silicone and squalane to create a protective barrier between feet and shoes, it prevents rubbing and overheating during exercise. Sweet almond oil smoothes feet, and a blend of sweet almond oil, pro-vitamin B5 and squalane provides moisture.

For more information on SANTÉ active, please call 1-800-824-8455, or visit their website at www.santeactiveusa.com

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