Flip flops have been an integral part of my life over the years. Seriously, I am not kidding you when I tell you that I hate socks. It kills me during the Canadian winters to have to cover up my feet. If I could wear flip flops 365 days of the year, I would be all for it. However, that is not realistic.
You can catch me bearing my naked tootsies in flip flops between April and November of each year. So you can just imagine how much I need to upkeep my precious feet from everyday wear and tear.
Seldom do I have the time to devote to seeking a pedicure appointment. Rather I have taken to using outstanding lotions and creams, like Footlogix Medical®.
Footlogix Medical® is trusted by millions of feet in over 20 countries, providing healing solutions for renowned professionals and their patients.
It offers a unique mousse formula with Dermal Infusion Technology® and penetrates deep into the layers of the epidermis, leaving your feet soft, hydrated and healthy.
Footlogix Medical® is fragrance-free and increases skin elasticity which aids in healing dry and cracked skin. I had the opportunity of trying Footlogix Medical® out over the past few weeks. I found it left my skin feeling softer.
The mousse is lightweight, and works by using a Dermal Infusion Technology®, a delivery system that carries active ingredients deep into the layers of the epidermis directly into targeted areas. The mousse is non-greasy and absorbs into skin in seconds.
I love how Footlogix Medical® has contributed in prolonging how often I need to book myself in for a pedicure appointment, and has left my feet feeling softer than ever before.
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Disclosure: Although this post has been generously sponsored by Denovo Medical Inc, the opinions and language are my own, and in no way do they reflect Denovo Medical Inc.