Heel Balm Platinum

Dermal Therapy Heel Balm Platinum™ is designed to optimise the treatment of extreme dryness and restore skin properties.

Heel Balm Platinum

Dermal Therapy Heel Balm Platinum™ is designed to optimise the treatment of extreme dryness and restore skin properties.

Dermal Therapy Heel Balm Platinum is a highly concentrated blend of selected ingredients combined within a rich emollient base to provide faster and more effective skin regeneration. Dermal Therapy Heel Balm Platinum:

  • is clinically tested to hydrate dry, cracked heels and feet with visible results in just one day
  • contains 30% urea
  • has been specifically formulated with ingredients such as amino acids that mimic the skin’s natural moisturising factor (NMF) which is the skin’s natural protection shield against dehydration

Also available Dermal Therapy Heel Balm.

 

75g RRP NZ$ 21.95

125g RRP NZ$ 26.95

Apply once or twice daily to dry, cracked feet. Once hydration of the skin is restored continue use to maintain.

Can also be applied daily as a preventative moisturiser to help keep your feet soft, smooth and supple. 

Recommended for adult skin only. Stinging may occur in deep cracks.

Aqua, Urea, Cetearyl Alcohol, Lanolin, Paraffinum Liquidum, PEG-20 Stearate, Glyceryl Stearate, Decyl Oleate, Paraffin, Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea Butter), Phenoxyethanol, Allantoin, Sodium PCA, Benzyl Alcohol, Panthenol, Glycolic Acid, Tocopheryl Acetate, Glycerin, Pseudoalteromonas Ferment Extract, Xanthan Gum, Proline, Alanine, Serine, Sodium Phosphate, Sodium hydroxide, Ethylhexylglycerin, Caprylyl Glycol, Fragrance.

Research

Methodology

Over a 14 day period in a controlled clinical trial, subjects between the ages of 37 to 65 used Dermal Therapy Heel Balm Platinum twice daily on their heels to test the effectiveness and performance.

Results

The  results of the clinical trial showed that by using the Dermal Therapy Heel Balm twice daily there was a 67.8% increase in hydration within 1 week. Hydration levels were determined by measuring skin’s electrical resistance.

The above results are from a study conducted by APTF, Sydney Australia