Dr. Swaim's CalluSTOP
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Designed to Rejuvenate Skin & Reduce Calluses
Dr. Swaim’s CalluSTOP cream is a natural infusion of keratolytics and essential oils designed to maximize moisture content in your skin and reduce calluses. This cream uses naturally-derived urea and lactic acid to soften and promote exfoliation while the included hyaluronic acid works to hydrate and tone your skin, rejuvenating the epidermis while enhancing natural skin elasticity.
Natural Ingredients That Soften & Restore Skin
CalluSTOP incorporates a hemp seed oil/shea butter base along with jojoba, grape seed extract, and coconut oil and olive oil to soften and restore your skin while eliminating nagging heel cracks and fissures. Use CalluSTOP twice daily to help reduce chronic corns and calluses.
Other Benefits of CalluSTOP
This cream can also be helpful in controlling ichthyosis (a genetic disorder involving rough, scaly skin) and chronic exfoliation seen with diabetic and venous stasis dermatitis (also known as congestive eczema). This cream may also be helpful in controlling and reducing psoriatic plaques. Apply daily for general dry skin. Rub CalluSTOP in thoroughly during each application. Dr. Swaim’s CalluSTOP 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
- Contains hemp seed butter
- Contains HLA and gotu cola
- Contains herbal essential oils
- Contains grapefruit seed extract
- Contains olive, jojoba, and emu oils
- Uses: Useful for chronic corns and calluses
- Uses: Ichthyosis, diabetic and stasis dermatitis
- Uses: Useful for dry, cracked, and fissured skin
- Uses: Controlling and reducing psoriatic plaques
Dr. Swaim's CalluSTOP cream comes in a 4 oz. tub.
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