Dr. Swaim's Medicated Foot Cream
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A Medicated Cream for Foot Fungus
Dr. Swaim’s Medicated Foot Cream is made of an aloe cream base and is helpful in healing a variety of common foot and toe ailments. This anti-fungal and antibacterial cream contains many natural ingredients (e.g., tea tree essential oil, green tea extract, etc.) to eliminate athlete’s foot, treat fungal toenails, and restore damaged or inflamed skin.
Natural Ingredients That Soothe Dry, Itchy Skin
The green tea and tea tree included in this formula are responsible for its anti-inflammatory, anti-fungal, and anti-septic properties, and they are a soothing combination for dry, itchy skin. The evening primrose oil, grape seed oil, and various essential oils included in this formula provide you with a deep, penetrating, and prolonged moisturizing effect.
How to Use Dr. Swaim's Medicated Foot Cream
Dr. Swaim’s Medicated Foot Cream works great in combination with Talc-Free Medicated Body & Foot Powder (used on the feet, in socks, or in shoes) and a personal pumi bar to help eradicate fungus and prevent reinfection. This cream can be applied twice daily to your affected area. Massage the cream into your affected area until it's absorbed, and wear socks for 1 hour following application to help keep the moisture in. Dr. Swaim’s Medicated Foot Cream comes in a 4 oz. tub.
Note: For topical use only. Keep away from children. If an allergic reaction occurs, discontinue use. If the reaction persists, call your physician. All sales of Dr. Swaim's products are final (i.e., we are unable to accept returns of this product).
- Made in the USA
- NF Certified Product
- Uses: Athlete’s foot and fungal toenails
- Works well in combination with a pumi bar
- Uses: Dry, itchy, and inflamed skin conditions
- Works well with Medicated Body & Foot Powder
- Contains lemon essential oils and seaweed extract
- Contains green tea extract and tea tree essential oil
- Contains evening primrose, shea, and grapeseed oils
Dr. Swaim's Medicated Foot Cream comes in a 4 oz. tub.
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