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Shikai Borage Therapy Foot Cream Unscented Description:
  • The Natural Solution
  • Clinically Proven to Restore Healthy Skin at the Cellular Level

  • Fast relief for dry and itchy feet and heels

  • Exceptional for diabetic dry skin

  • Soothes itching and promotes healing

  • Clinically proven and doctor recommended

    Borage Therapy foot cream was created for people with...

  • Shikai Borage Therapy Foot Cream Unscented Description:
    • The Natural Solution
    • Clinically Proven to Restore Healthy Skin at the Cellular Level

  • Fast relief for dry and itchy feet and heels

  • Exceptional for diabetic dry skin

  • Soothes itching and promotes healing

  • Clinically proven and doctor recommended

    Borage Therapy foot cream was created for people with severely dry and cracked skin on the feet and lower legs. Because it contains therapeutic levels of Borage Oil, it promotes healing at the cellular level and can soothe and relieve even the worst cases - including the dry skin caused by diabetes.

    Free Of Fragrance, animal ingredients and animal testing. Disclaimer These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
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    Aloe vera gel*, safflower seed oil, glyceryl stearate, glycerin, jojoba seed oil, borage seed oil, cetyl alcohol (vegetable wax), vitamin...
    Aloe vera gel*, safflower seed oil, glyceryl stearate, glycerin, jojoba seed oil, borage seed oil, cetyl alcohol (vegetable wax), vitamin E acetate, dimethicone, shea butter, sodium ascorbyl phosphate (vitamin C), phenoxyethanol, l-ergothioneine, ethylhexyl glycerin. *Certified Organic
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    Shikai Borage Therapy Foot Cream Unscented
    4.2 Fl Oz

    Manufacturer Based in California

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    Shikai Borage Therapy Foot Cream Unscented Description: The Natural Solution Clinically Proven to Restore Healthy Skin at the Cellular Level Fast relief for dry and itchy feet and heels Exceptional for diabetic dry skin Soothes itching and promotes healing Clinically proven and doctor recommended Borage Therapy foot cream was created for people with severely dry and cracked skin on the...
    Shikai Borage Therapy Foot Cream Unscented Description:
    • The Natural Solution
    • Clinically Proven to Restore Healthy Skin at the Cellular Level

  • Fast relief for dry and itchy feet and heels

  • Exceptional for diabetic dry skin

  • Soothes itching and promotes healing

  • Clinically proven and doctor recommended

    Borage Therapy foot cream was created for people with severely dry and cracked skin on the feet and lower legs. Because it contains therapeutic levels of Borage Oil, it promotes healing at the cellular level and can soothe and relieve even the worst cases - including the dry skin caused by diabetes.

    Free Of Fragrance, animal ingredients and animal testing. Disclaimer These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
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    Product Ingredients

    Aloe vera gel*, safflower seed oil, glyceryl stearate, glycerin, jojoba seed oil, borage seed oil, cetyl alcohol (vegetable wax), vitamin...
    Aloe vera gel*, safflower seed oil, glyceryl stearate, glycerin, jojoba seed oil, borage seed oil, cetyl alcohol (vegetable wax), vitamin E acetate, dimethicone, shea butter, sodium ascorbyl phosphate (vitamin C), phenoxyethanol, l-ergothioneine, ethylhexyl glycerin. *Certified Organic
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    Studies suggest parabens can disrupt reproductive hormones, and can also irritate the skin or cause allergic reactions, and is also known as Methylparaben, ethylparaben, propylparaben, isobutylparaben, butylparaben, benzylparaben

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    Studies have found that vitamin A contributes to excess skin growth (hyperplasia), and in sunlight can cause the production of free radicals that can damage DNA, and is also known as Vitamin A, Retinoids, Retinol, Retinol Acetate, Retinol Palmitate, Retin

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    Studies suggest it causes Irritation of the skin and eyes, and organ and reproductive toxicity

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