Goodbye to Stinky Foot Creams
Anyone that has ever experienced severe dry feet or the cracking of the heels knows that finding an effective treatment is difficult. So many foot creams promise to deliver the results and yet so few can actually repair the damaged tissue that it can get frustrating and your cracked heels become painful. The solutions that have existed, until now, have predominently been treatments for the heal only and not the entire foot. And these treatments smelled terrible, an ordor unpleasant enough that it was hard to use, even if it WAS an effective solution.
Certain ingredients will create a product that smells less than appealing. Some common combinations of oils that do not smell good together but are notoriously effective are Neem Oil and Karanja Oil. These two oils are a powerful combination in the soothing, and treating of dry cracked skin, but the pungent scent is difficult to endure. For years consumers who were lucky enough to have finally found an accpetable treatment were forced to survive it’s smell.
That is until recently. Scientists have combined two separate schools of thought of foot treatment into one and the solution they have found is rather exciting. Some scientists believe that it is best to treat the damaged tissue as mentioned above, with the use of Neem and Karanja Oils. And it certainly is an effective way to do so. But other scientists believing in remedying the pain with soothing and cooling oils such as Peppermint and Eucalyptus oils.
Peppermint and Eucalyptus oils and even Manuka Oil will will provide an antiseptic, a cooling from the Menthol and a numbing of the pain from an antihistamine in the Manuka Oil. It provides relief for damaged tissue allowing it to repair itself more efficiently.
A bi-product of combining these two schools of thought is that not only do you get the best of two different foot treatments, but you also get the aromatherapeutic benefits of the peppermint and eucalyptus oils. It seems common sense enough, but for centuries the two treatments have existed separate from one another and now combined they are revolutionizing the foot cream industry as we know it.