Cosmetics for dry feet

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PODOLOGY care Fooot and cracked heel cream 40 ml -...

Use: care of dry foot skin prone to keratosis and cracking of the heels. Suitable for diabetics. Action*: after just one application it: reduces the feeling of roughness (96%), lubricates (96%), smooths the skin (96%), gives the sensation of intense hydration (100%). When used regularly, it:...

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I love mini Moisturizing foot cream 30ml - Floslek

Intensively moisturising foot cream with 15% urea content instantly softens dry, rough and hardened skin. Applied morning and evening, it helps to maintain the well-groomed appearance of the feet and a pleasant feeling of freshness. The cream also contains cica extract, tea tree oil and...

Balerina SOS stick heel treatment Floslek

Balerina Heel treatment SOS Stick urea, allantoin -...

Indicated for foot skin care with a tendency to overdrying, cracked and calloused heels. Quick and convenient application will work in all conditions: at home, work and on the trip. Perfect after pedicure. Recommended for diabetics. Action: regenerates, nourishes and moisturizes leaving the skin...

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Foot care cosmetics with effects reminiscent of a pedicure at home. They bring immediate relief to dry heels with keratinized epidermis and cracks. The cosmetics create an invisible, protective layer on the skin, which protects the heels and improves their appearance, regenerates, nourishes and moisturizes. The product gives you the feeling of velvety soft, smooth and well-groomed feet. 

What for cracked heels?

Moisturising and regenerating cosmetics in the form of sticks, creams and lotions can help retain moisture in the skin. This can prevent the skin from drying out and cracking. Moisturising treatments can also help repair already cracked skin. In mild cases, moisturising the skin on your feet two or three times a day may solve the problem. Gently rubbing the calluses with a pumice stone and applying moisturiser can also help. However, be careful not to overuse the pumice stone, which can make cracked heels worse.

What causes heels to crack?

When the skin around the heels becomes dry and loses elasticity, it often begins to crack. Heel cracks usually occur in conjunction with calluses, which are caused by thickened skin. Hard calluses can cause deep and painful cracks and are often the result of excessive force and pressure on the heels.