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Diabetics in the foot care practice. The number of patients suffering from the metabolic disorder, Diabetes mellitus, is on the increase around the globe. There are over six million diabetics in Germany and the estimated number of unreported/undetected cases is around two million. In addition to the personal implications, the disease places dramatically rising costs

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Innovation in foot care. The new probiotic care concept of the GEHWOL and GERLASAN brands starts even before skin problems arise. GEHWOL balance Foot Cream, GEHWOL balance Leg & Foot Lotion and GERLASAN balance Hand Cream regenerate the skin and help keep it healthy. The probiotic BIOTILYS® strengthens the skin barrier, the white tea extract

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Patricia Mushero is a Licensed Nail Technician with more than 30 years of experience. Patricia was first introduced to GEHWOL products during her years in school in the Netherlands, where she graduated as a hand and foot care professional.  She owns Las Vegas Medi Pedi, and works from her suite inside the podiatry office of

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More than 100 million U.S. adults are now living with diabetes or prediabetes. 7.2 million Americans didn’t know they had the condition. Common accompanying signs of diabetes include dry skin and excess callus on the feet. They are partly responsible for severe foot complications such as diabetic foot syndrome. In the worst case, these complications

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What is Urea? Due to its beneficial effects, urea is among the best known natural substances which have been used since ancient times both in the therapy of skin disorders and for cosmetic purposes. Urea is an odorless metabolic product. It is synthetically produced for industrial use. Urea has many uses in our products, this

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Skin barrier: this refers to dead callus cells that are compacted into a lipophilic mass by lipids (fats). Lipids are 95 percent ceramides, cholesterol, waxes, fatty alcohols (triglycerides) and hydrocarbon compounds (squalenes). The foot skin has a rather low lipid content. The foot soles have no sebaceous glands to produce lipids. Here, epidermal lipids are
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A solution for Dry, Cracked skin or heels.. There are many possible causes of dry foot skin: frequent showering and washing, swimming, cold weather, dry heating air, aged skin or skin disorders such as neurodermatitis and psoriasis. If the dry skin persists, it can lead to further skin problems. These include primarily callus, cracks or
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Welcome to GEHWOL Foot Care Blog. Here you will find latest updates about our company, products and protocols.

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