GOOD SKIN PRODUCTS CONTAINING UREA

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    GOOD SKIN PRODUCTS CONTAINING UREA

    Originally posted by hopeful

    Hi. Dermal Therapy is a skin care company that specializes in skin care products that contain Urea. I have been using the Dermal Therapy Heel Care lotion with 25% Urea for months now and it is a really great moisturizer. It is quite thick and a little goes a very long way - especially when applied while your skin is still damp. It is availavle in Canada at Shoppers Drug Mart. I am not sure whether is it available in the stores in The States or not. Either way, I will post the link for anyone who is interested in finding out more about Urea.
    <a href="http://dermaltherapy.com/">http://dermaltherapy.com/</a>

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    Re: GOOD SKIN PRODUCTS CONTAINING UREA

    Originally posted by Class of 89

    Hey what&#39;s up hopeful? Thanks for the link to the Dermal Therapy website. Question though, do you use the heel care on just your heels or have you used it for your arms, legs, etc...? I was wondering since they mention that using the heel care on your hands would make them feel clammy because the skin is thinner &amp; didn&#39;t require that much moisture if it would be ok to use on arms &amp; legs. Hope to hear from you soon

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    Re: GOOD SKIN PRODUCTS CONTAINING UREA

    Originally posted by hopeful

    HELLO CLASS OF &#39;89!!!! i actually don&#39;t use it on my heels at all, i only bought it for my KP. i had heard good things about Urea and when i saw this product with 25% i just jumped on it. i think any product with less than 20% Urea really isn&#39;t worth it. as well, i&#39;ve only used it on my arms - treating my legs is still too daunting! anyway, to answer your question, it does not make your skin clammy. it says on the jar to apply while your skin is still damp so that is what i do and there aren&#39;t any problems at all. you have to let your arms dry a little but after that it&#39;s fine. i think our KP makes our skin dry enough that it&#39;s able to absorb the high amount of Urea in the product. either way, it is a great product. i was able to buy mine in the store but i&#39;m not sure if it is available in stores in America. also, the website has way more products for sale than the stores do. i think i&#39;ve only seen around 3 different Dermal Therapy products there as opposed to around 20 on the net. i might have to do some more shopping!!:-)

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