Moisturizing Cream for very dry feet with 10% Urea and Ceramides
Eucerin Complete Repair Moisturizing Foot Cream
Eucerin Repair Foot Creme 10% Urea gives dry to extremely dry feet, with or without cracked heels, the intensive care they need. Enriched with Urea, it provides moisture to even the most severely chapped and dry skin. It works quickly to relieve dryness and discomfort and leaves feet feeling smooth and soft.
The efficacy and tolerability of Eucerin Repair Foot Creme 10% Urea, applied at least twice daily for two weeks, was assessed in 604 people with dry to extremely dry skin of the feet due to xeroderma, diabetes or Atopic Dermatitis.
- Noticeable improvements in skin status in 95% of the patients
- Clinical symptoms like dryness, scaling, calllosities/cracks, pressure sores and marks improved in 96.7 % of diabetics and 97.4% of atopic patients
- 96 % of patients rated tolerability as very good or good
How To Use
- Make sure your feet are clean and dry.
- Gently massage a small amount of cream into your feet, paying particular attention to your heels.
- Apply morning and evening.
Do's and Dont's
Use Eucerin Repair Foot Creme 10% Urea if...
You have dry to extremely dry feet, with or without cracked heels:
Eucerin Repair Foot Creme 10% Urea is designed specifically to moisturise dry skin to provide daily care for cracked heels.
You have cracked heels, very dry, rough or chapped feet, and/or calluses or pressure marks on your feet:
These symptoms suggest you have dry to extremely dry feet. This foot creme is proven to be very effective for alleviating these dry skin symptoms.
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How it works
Dry skin is not only lacking in moisture, but also deficient in moisture binding substances, such as Urea. Replenishing dry skin with natural moisturising factors restores moisture to the skin, reducing dryness and promoting skin elasticity, to keep it soft, smooth and healthy.
Why do I need a special moisturiser for my feet?
Our feet are extremely susceptible to the common causes of dry skin. Dry skin on your feet typically leads to foot problems, such as rough, cracked, even calloused skin with corns. In addition, our feet are subject to unique stressors such as pressure and friction from shoes or walking barefoot, stressorss that can make feet even more vulnerable to developing dry skin complications. The skin on your feet also tends to be much thicker, which means they often need a richer and more intensive moisturiser. Learn more about the skin on the feet.
I am not sure if I have dry skin, extremely dry skin, or a skin condition. How can I tell the difference?
You can find information about dry skin, as well as skin conditions such as atopic dermatitis, throughout our website. However, if you are worried or unsure about your symptoms, or if they are becoming worse, we recommend that you visit your doctor, dermatologist or pharmacist.