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Gormel Cream

$25.00 In stock

Gormel Cream is a highly effective skin conditioner available for callous or hyperkeratotic conditions, such as cracks, fissures, and very dry skin.

Description

Gormel Cream, Urea Cream, Calluses and Warts, Cracked Heels, Heel fissures, Cracked heel treatments, Thick skin, callus treatment, wart removal, laser wart removal, wart infection, thick skin, foot pain, IPK, porokeratosis

GORMEL CREAM

INDICATIONS: For moisturizing and softening dry, cracked, calloused, rough and hardened skin on feet, hands or elbows.

ACTIVE INGREDIENT: Urea 20%

OTHER INGREDIENTS: Water, Mineral Oil, Cetyl Alcohol, Propylene Glycol, White Wax, Sodium Lauryl Sulfate, Oleic Acid, Methyl Paraben, Triethanolamine, Propyl Paraben

DESCRIPTION: Gormel Creme is a highly effective skin conditioner available for callous or hyperkeratotic conditions, such as cracks, fissures, plantar keratoma, and very dry skin. Its active ingredient, Urea 20%, adds elasticity to the skin to make it supple by drawing upon the body’s own moisture. Urea is known for its hydration and keratolytic properties. The Urea is delivered through a white odorless cream base which helps penetrate the thick skin that can form on feet. Gormel Creme helps prevent the painful splitting skin that can form on heels, and offers a prompt and effective way to get relief. It also softens and moisturizes hardened skin of the elbows and hands, thus restoring a smoother youthful look to the skin.

CONTRAINDICATIONS/WARNINGS: If irritation develops, discontinue use. Do not use in the presence of an acute infection. For external use only. Keep out of reach of children.

DIRECTIONS: Massage into dry skin areas once or twice daily or as prescribed by a Physician.

HOW SUPPLIED: 2.5 oz. jar

 

NOTE FROM THE DOC:ABOUT UREA CREAM

Creams containing Urea, Salacylic acid, and or lactic acid work extremely well for extremely dry feet and areas of callusing or cracking.  The compounds are capable of penetrating the thickened skin and chemically exfoliating.  This process can reduce the overall bulk of tissue and the risk of cracking or fissures.