Diabetic Foot Care Step 4

Keep your skin soft
and smooth

How do you keep your skin soft and smooth?

There are many lotions and creams available to do this. Check with your doctor for recommendations on which one to use.

You may also want to take a look at our pearl cream a blend of ancient Chinese skin care with modern science. It includes such things as pearl powder, vitamins C and E, and much more. Or you may want to look at our pearl powder. This is a traditional oriental skin care product, that is now being used in many expensive high end cosmetic creams and lotions. Pearl powder can be taken internally and used your favorite cream or lotion.

Now that you have decided on the cream or lotion you will use, how to apply for the best results?

 

  • Rub a thin coat of skin lotion, cream or petroleum jelly on the tops and bottoms of your feet.
  • Do not put the lotion between your toes, because this might cause an infection

Simple yet effective instructions.

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This information has been gleaned from research and from publications of the National Diabetes Education Program among others.

 

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