FOOT CREAM | Hydrating Oxygen Cream

FOOT CREAM Hydrating Oxygen Cream

1.73oz / 50ml
$43.00

An indulgent treat for feet: Soothe, nourish and moisturize for incredibly fresh and soft feet.



▪ Formulated with 2% active oxygen.
▪ Hydrates and nourishes.
▪ Helps to soften and condition feet.
▪ Naturally prevents athlete's foot and odors thanks to the naturally antiseptic properties of active oxygen.
▪ Keeps feet fresh and invigorated
▪ Fresh sent.


Skin Types All. Including sensitive.

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Ingredients

Key Ingredients:
2% Active Oxygen, Eucalyptus, Chinese Cinnamon and Clove Oil.


Full Ingredient List:
Aqua, Petrolatum, Glyceryl stearate, Paraffinum liquidum, Hydrogen peroxide 2%, Stearyl alcohol, Cetyl alcohol, Polysorbate 80, Salicylic acid, Parfum, Mentha piperita oil, Cinnamomum cassia leaf oil, Cinnamal, Coumarin, Limonene.


How to Use

Step 2: CORRECT & TREAT


Apply a thin layer to feet and toenails as needed using the brush.


Karin's Insider Beauty Tip  For best results, apply with a brush in order to avoid absorption of active ingredients through fingertips.

Why do I have to apply the Foot Cream with the brush? The Foot Cream contains 2% active oxygen. As soon as the cream touches the skin the oxygen reaction is triggered by the catalase enzyme in the skin. To avoid the absorption of the oxygen by the fingertips, we recommend applying all oxygen products with a brush. So the effects of the oxygen are left for the areas where you really need them.


Can I use the Foot Cream with sensitive skin or skin conditions? Yes you can! The regenerating properties of active oxygen are in particular great to treat skin conditions and sensitive skin since they boost cell regeneration.

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