Professional Strength: Topical Cream for Dry & Cracked Heels (60 gram)
Requires Prescription from Physician
Description: Professional Prescription Strength Topical Cream for Dry Skin & Cracked Heels
(Formulated with 20% urea which has been proven to breakdown and soften dry, cracked, rough, callused skin of the hands, feet, and heels)
Your physician may prescribe this cream because it delivers a therapeutic dose of the active ingredient 20% Urea that effectively debrides, softens, and moisturizes thick, cracked, dry skin and heels. Allows your doctor to aggressively and effectively treat your problem.
- Requires a doctors prescription – medication will be shipped after we receive your doctor’s signed prescription order.
- Prescription grade ingredients provide for an elegant cream that softens and hydrates dry skin.
- Unique oil-in-water emulsion contains urea to trap moisture and provide a protective barrier to keep the skin moist and comfortable.
- Leaves hands and feet feeling silky but not greasy.
- This cream contains: Emollients to soften skin and Moisturisers to add moisture. These ingredients are used to correct dryness and scaling of the skin.
- An insurance claim form will be included with your medication. If you wish, complete your portion and submit it to your insurance company or HSA.
- Refunds and exchanges cannot be made on prescription medications.
Active Ingredient: 20% Urea
Recommended Usage: Apply a thin film to affected area twice daily until results are seen. Rub cream into area well. Do not apply to open wounds. For best results apply after shower.
Note: Prescription medications are formulated in concentrations and strengths that usually provide more effective treatments than over-the-counter preparations. Prescription medications are ordered by a doctor and prepared by a licensed pharmacist for a “custom-made” treatment. Over-the-counter medications are mass produced and do not provide custom treatments
For External Use Only. Keep out of reach of children. Stop immediately and contact your doctor if you experience increased discomfort or if the problem becomes worse.