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Krack Cream Heel Repair Chapped Feet Chilblain Moisturiser Ointment

By Ayurvedic OTC


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Krack Cream Heel Repair Chapped Feet Chilblain Moisturiser Ointment

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Product Facts

Pack Type Tube Pack
Package Content 25 g / 0.85 oz
Usage / Expiry 6 Months
Additional Information Not Applicable

Product Description

Our skin is a good barometer which indicates how healthy the body is. Skin acts as a covering and works as a defense force against infection. There are many potential causes of cracked heels. Dry skin (xerosis) is common and can get worse with wearing open-back shoes, increased weight, or increased friction from the back of shoes, prolonged exposure to water. Dry cracking skin can also be a subtle sign of more significant problems, such as diabetes or loss of nerve function (autonomic neuropathy).

Krack cream is fortified with the power of 7 herbs trusted in Ayurveda:
* Daruharidra
* Kampilak
* Pakhanbhed
* Manjishtha
* Dodishak
* Sarjaras
* Raktapurakha

Krack Cream Ingredients:
Quath processed oil derived from:- Pitadaru, Kampillaka, Pashanabheda, Majistha, Payasvini, Sarjarasa Ghrita, Sasyaka, Tarpin ka tel, Vrikshamla, Base to make, other approved excipients.

Krack Cream Usage:
Wash and clean the affected area. Scrape the dead skin with the scraper, Then apply Krack cream 2-3 times a day. Spread gently. Allow it to dry for 15min. after application. Bandaging may be done where required.

Kracks special formula of 7 herbs penetrates deep inside to soothe, smooth and hydrate the skin.

The most common symptoms of cracked heels are:
1. Hard growth of skin on the outer edge of the heel.
2. Yellow or dark skin on the heel.
3. Pain while walking.
4. Increased pain in thin soles or open back shoes.
5. Red or flaky patches on the heel of the foot.
6. Peeling and cracked skin.
7. Itchy skin.

How are cracks formed?
Consider a tomato on the bench, when you push on it from above, it wants to expand out sideways. Eventually the skin cracks. This is what happens to the normal fat pad under your heel. As your body weight pushes down, the fat wants to expand sideways and the pressure on the skin to crack is increased. If the weight is excessive (eg prolonged standing) and the skin is not supple (eg callus and/or dry) and nothing is helping hold the the fat pad under the foot (eg open backed shoes).

To avoid cracked heels:
* Walking bare foot.
* Tight shoes.
* Standing for a long time in water.
* Contact of bleaching powder or any other chemical.
* Using strong chemical soaps.

Tips for beautiful feet:
* Keep soles clean.
* Wear soft, cushioned, comfortable shoes or slippers.
* Wear socks to prevent friction.
* Apply oil, if there is dryness.
* Take rich sources of vitamins - fruits, dates, leafy vegetables etc.

Keep out of reach of children to avoid accidental ingestion. If swallowed, get medical help.

Heels should be kept well moisturized with a cream to help reduce the cracking. If an open sore is noted, make an appointment with a foot and ankle surgeon for evaluation and treatment.