Dia-Balm Specialised Foot Cream - Buy 3 Get 1 Free 1
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Diabetes Headquarters (HQ) stock and distribute the Australian made Diabalm specialist foot care cream made by Dermal Therapy.
The Diabalm Specialist Footcare Cream :
Diabalm targets cracked and dry heels and is designed to keep your feet mositured, hydrated and happy!
Perfect for treating dry skin, maintaining healthy skin, and preventing skin cracking with triple hydrating action :
First - Diabalm, removes dead skin that have built up on the feet. This build up can lead to discomfort and cracking;
Second - Diabalm, hydrates healthy skin, keeping it flexible and strong;
Prevention - Diabalm, supports skin integrity and moisture retention. This helps prevent dead skin from coming back !
Extra Concentrated :
Diabalm, contains 25% Urea and is thick without being greasy or watery. It absorbs quickly and wont slow you down !
Nature and Science in Action :
Diabalm, contains a complex blend of moisturers and an exfoliant. It contains 25% Urea, Aloe, Vitamin E, Shea Butter, Lanolin, Glycolic Acid, Tea Tree Oil, Pro-Vitamin B5, Vitamin E and L-Arginine.
Fast Acting :
See results in as little as 1 - day !
Additional information :
And most importantly, Diabalm is designed to be not only a treatment for dry, cracked feet but also to prevent skin becoming dry and cracked.
It can be used to treat dry skin, prevent dry skin, and maintain healthy, supple skin.
Many diabetics place foot health low on their list of health priorities.
However, because of poor circulation, dry-skin in extremities, a lack of regular foot checks and good food habits, foot health needs to be a major point of diabetes management.
Between 20 - 25 % of diabetics will consult a doctor at least once in their lifetime for a foot lesion, which is responsible for 25% of hospital days for diabetics. Shockingly, 10% of diabetics will require a limb amputation and more than 4,400 amputations are carried out every year as a result of diabetes in Australia alone.
While this number is appalling, up to 50% of these can be avoided.
Specifications for medications do change :
The information presented here is a guide only, and not medical advice.
Always confirm with either your local doctor, pharmacist or pharmaceutical company for the recommended treatment method for your situation.
The information is based, on the publicly available information at the time of publication.