Dr. Swaim's Medicated Body & Foot Powder
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A Body & Foot Powder With Anti-Fungal Action
Dr. Swaim’s Talc-Free Medicated Body and Foot Powder uses the anti-fungal and anti-inflammatory effects of tea tree to rid your feet and shoes of microbes and odor. The anti-fungal effect of this formula is greatly enhanced by another one of its ingredients: kaolin clay. Kaolin clay encourages the maximum absorption of moisture, which significantly boosts the anti-fungal action of this powder.
Helps Improve Skin Health & Reduce Shoe Odor
This powder combines peppermint, tea tree, hempseed essential oil, and other herbs to protect and maintain your epidermis—the outermost layer of your skin—and help treat itchy skin and athlete’s foot. This product also eliminates foot and shoe odor. Sprinkle this powder on your feet, in your toe socks, and in your shoes for foot health benefits and to experience that fresh-all-day feeling.
Works to Eliminate Fungus & Prevent Reinfection
Dr. Swaim’s Medicated Body and Foot Powder works great in combination with Medicated Foot Cream and the FootFitter Pumice Stone to help eradicate fungus and prevent reinfection. Dr. Swaim’s Talc-Free Medicated Body and Foot Powder comes in a 4.2 oz. shaker bottle.
Note: For external use only. Keep away from children. If 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).
Dr. Swaim's Talc-Free Medicated Body and Foot Powder comes in a 4.2 oz. shaker bottle.
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