Nail & Skin Disorders

Gehwol med Callus Cream

Removing rough calluses at home can be tedious and time-consuming for clients. Offer them a quick and effective new alternative: Gehwol’s med Callus Cream. When used twice daily, this gentle, moisturizing cream can reduce excess callus by an average of 70% within 15 days and by almost 100% in the complete 28-day cycle, says the company.  Due to the use of urea and silk extracts, calluses are immediately softened and reduced within five days. Amino acids within the silk extract stimulate proteins in the skin leading to cell regeneration. Other ingredients such as glycerin, allantoin, lipids, and avocado oil reduce callus buildup dramatically after 28 days.  Avocado oil is used to strengthen the barrier of the skin surface helping to improve the elasticity of the originally dry and brittle callus layer. Lipids provide protection against dehydrated skin. 

For more information, visit Gehwol.

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