Spring Into Sandals
Day Light Savings has arrived and its time to start breaking out the sandals. Before we know it we will be shedding off our frocks of winter and preparing to bear our bodies. It’s that time of year when we have to start eating right, a little exercise and hopefully we can start to get a little color on our paled complexion. But for some, spring time brings on a slightly harsher reality. The reality that before long their feet will be exposed to the masses, as seasonal footware changes gears into sandals.
The winter months on many aspects of skin care and the foot and heel region is no exception. The dry skin can become so bad for many that their heals split and crack, exposing tender tissue beneath. This is not only unsightly, it can be quite painful as well, as the tissue can become rather inflammed. In case you haven’t already come to this conclusion, I will let you in on a secret. Regular lotions and moisturizers are NOT going to treat this effectively.
In order to treat this condition and get yourself into the spring time sandals you desire, you are going to need a more substantial treatment. Do not worry, they are not expensive, but it may take you a little bit of research to make sure you purchase the very best foot cream.
In order for a foot cream to treat this severe condition it is going to need to use medical grade ingredients to penetrate deep into the skin and treat and heal the wound rapidly. We say rapidly because at the same time that it is repairing tissue, it must also be working to revitalize your protective or “barrier layer” of skin. This is protect the damaged tissue while it heals as well as the future going forward. One of the best ingredients for wound treatment and barrier rebuilding is Super Sterol Liquid. Widely recognized for its treatment of cracked tissue, super sterol liquid also creates layer of protection for the skin while it heals, making it a fantastic ingredient for a foot cream.
Another important ingredient in the reclaiming of your feet is Shea Butter. Shea Butter is a deep moisturizer that penetrates the skin, restoring cellular health. Shea Butter also aids in the creation of a protective barrier layer of your skin. It is not uncommon to see Shea Butter in a foot cream, so be sure it is combined with the likes of a Super Sterol Liquid, or Neem and Karanja oils. That will ensure you are using the best of the best.
Do not wait to begin the use of a medical grade foot cream. The sooner you are healing and rebuilding that tissue, the sooner you will be stepping out with your toes out. Don’t hide your feet from the light of day, just because your insecure. Treat them with a revitalizing foot cream today.