Best Foot Lotion For Diabetics

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The 5 Best Foot Creams

Your feet need a little TLC if you want them to look their very best. After all, they support you every day and take on the tough streets and uncomfortable shoes that we all tend to gravitate toward. Fortunately, there are a number of powerful foot creams that can help reverse damage and revive your feet in no time. What Is Foot Cream? Foot cream is a deeply moisturizing cream that penetrates deeper into the skin to make the feet look younger, smoother, and more rejuvenated. Whether you suffer from dry feet, cracked heels, or calluses, a powerful foot cream can repair the damage and help prevent dry skin in the future. It can also help with aches and pains in the feet. Foot creams will leave your feet looking and feeling softer and more youthful in no time. Apply them to dry feet anytime, and for extra moisturization benefits, consider slathering on foot cream and wearing thick cotton socks to bed to wake up to the softest, smoothest feet imaginable. Many people also find it very effective to wear foot cream under socks before working out or sweating, as this will allow your feet to absorb more of the cream, more quickly. Pay particular attention to heels, toes, ankles, and any oth Continue reading >>

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  1. Danielle B

    foot lotions

    I have not used any specific product on my feet except normal body lotion. I have recently seen a podiatrist for the first time and he promotes the sell of DiabetiDerm. I have also noticed a new product called Healthifeet but it is much more expensive. Has anyone used either of these or something similar? I have looked at the website for Healthifeet and that is where I got all the information about the new lotion and its benefits for more than diabetes.

  2. Danielle B

    Well I asked the podiatrist's nurse last week at my appointment and she assured me that the lotion that I am using is just fine but I could use the diabetiderm. I use Bath and Body Works lotion. It is very thick and moisturizing. I like the scents too! I NEVER put it between my toes. My fiancee woould kick my tail and my podiatrist promised to tell my endo dr and have me fired as a patient if I did anything that he told me not to. LOL I like my drs.

  3. jayabee52

    Howdy Y'all
    As a CNA we were told NOT to put lotion between the toes of a diabetic. This from a page on footcare for diabetics: "4. KEEP THE SKIN SOFT AND SMOOTH
    Rub a thin coat of skin lotion or cream on the tops and bottoms of the feet. Do not put lotion between your toes, because this might cause infection."
    Here's a link to the whole page in case you'd want to check it out: http://www.foot.com/info/cond_diabetic_foot.jsp

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