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NEW: Honey, milk extract and hyaluron in the new GEHWOL FUSSKRAFT
Soft Feet Cream Milk has been a skin care ingredient used for centuries to cleanse, beautify & condition skin by some of the most beautiful women in history. Why not try yourself. Cleopatra was onto something when she used milk to bathe in. The proteins in the milk ensure silky soft skin. With the new GEHWOL FUSSKRAFT Soft Feet, the milk bath for the feet is now also available in a velvety preparation additionally enriched with other noble moisturizers, such as hyaluron and honey.
New York, September 2012 – GEHWOL FUSSKRAFT Soft Feet is today’s shooting star among the GEHWOL foot care products. The new cream tackles classic problems such as callus and dry skin and simultaneously provides natural and special active substances as well as a fresh, modern scent for the desired feel-good aspect in skin care. It contains a recipe with deep acting hyaluron, milk and honey extracts as well as urea in combination with glycerin. The care substances supply dry foot skin with extra moisture and protect it against excess callus. The skin stays intact and fresh.
Foot care which not only works, but also spoils and relaxes you is an important part of the daily wellness ritual. GEHWOL FUSSKRAFT Soft Feet Cream is the ideal feel - good care for any day at every age.
Hyaluron and Urea - intensive moisturizers Hyaluron performs a variety of functions. One of the most important ones is its ability to bind large amounts of water in relation to its mass, becoming well established as a highly effective moisturizer. Its hydrating attributes make it an ideal component of foot care creams for the care of dry skin. In combination with urea and glycerin, hyaluron binds moisture even in the deeper skin layers. Due to the intensive embedment of moisture, the callus layer becomes softer and silkier; its collagen stays elastic, normal-izing the callusing process and reducing excess callus.
What even Cleopatra knew about milk and honey Milk is healthy and if it was good enough for Cleopatra, surely it will work for you! – Aside from its significance as a food, it is also an excellent raw material for natural cosmetics. The utilized milk extract contains milk proteins with an amino acid profile which is comparable to that of the natural skin moisturizing factors (NMF). Like urea, the extract is therefore able to bind water in the uppermost skin layers. The modern cosmetics has re-enlivened this care classic as a beauty elixir for the skin. The purified honey extract can play a role in cell to cell recognition. The proteins from honey, intensify the moisture binding and smoothing effects. Milk and honey extracts store moisture in the epidermis and together with hyaluron and urea it protects the skin against dehydration
Daily care made simply good GEHWOL FUSSKRAFT Soft Feet Cream is easily absorbed and leaves behind the sensation of silky soft skin. The cream contains vitamin-rich avocado oil and other valuable lipids in a gentle care base and together with Vitamin E, they also support skin regeneration. By activating cell formation, they help to reject dead callus, providing the skin of the feet and legs with an especially smooth, elegant and vital appearance.
Dermatologically tested. Also suitable for diabetics.
An international leader in the footcare industry for over 140 years, Gehwol strives to provide accessible solutions for all of the most common foot care needs. Widely available in independent pharmacies, doctors’ offices and at spas, Gehwol aims to reach a large audience and educate consumers on how to interpret their everyday foot problems. Through an extensive range of proven products and specialized treatments,
Gehwol promotes foot care as a vital component of overall health and well being.
For the last 7 years GEHWOL® products have been available in the fine specialty stores and pharmacies nationwide.
Readers who are interested in learning more about Gehwol are invited to visit www.gehwolfootcare.com.
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contact Melanie Beckmann (203) 541-8940.