(product photo courtesy of www.callexointment.com)
Directions For Use: (Thickened or Dry, Cracked Feet)
Callex Ointment is an emollient ointment for dry feet (heels and anywhere else you may need it). It exfoliates, moisturizes and softens all in one. This ointment is free of harsh acids, it has natural exfoliating enzymes that make filing your feet a thing of the past. With daily use, complete exfoliation and/or softening takes between 2 and 4 weeks, depending on the amount of dry or thickened skin on your foot. It is paraben-free, preservative-free, gluten-free and vegan. The ointment is fragranced with natural peppermint oil. One jar is a 1-2 month supply if used daily. This product comes with a money back guarantee: if you are not satisfied, the company will refund your money.
- Apply directly to rough, dry or hardened areas of the foot twice daily
- Rub area with warm, wet washcloth between applications
- Expect results in 3 to 12 days – complete exfoliation in 15 to 30 days.
- For external use only
- Keep out of reach of children
- Do not use on irritated, infected or open skin.
- Keep away from eye areas and avoid eye contact. If eye contact occurs, flush with cool water immediately.
- Wash hands after use.
Below is a photo of my foot after using the Callex Ointment. I don't have a before photo but you can see where the crack had been formed. It was pretty deep. Callex helped to get rid of the dead, nasty skin and left just the new skin in its place. Now the crack is healing and is becoming much smaller.
|above: results on left foot|
I think that the product did a very good job of removing the dead, extraneous skin on my feet that led to the cracked skin. It also removed skin that was causing rough texture on my heels. From the photo you can see that all of that has disappeared. It took about 2-3 weeks for this to come about. It was not instantaneous. I had to apply the Callex Ointment to my feet 2x a day for 2-3 weeks to get these results. But I am very happy with the results. Because I was testing another cream, I only used it only my left foot.
Callex Ointment can be purchased a number of places online: www.xenna.com, www.walgreens.com, www.riteaid.com, www.amazon.com, www.drugstore.com and can be purchased at these stores: Wal-Mart, Walgreens, Rite-Aid, ShopRite, Amerisource Bergen, Cardianl Health, McKesson, Toes to Soles, Access Pharma, Card Health Cares, VitaCost and C & S Wholesale Grocers. Like Callex on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CallexOintment.
Until Next Time~
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