Cream

Podoval UR10

14.90 13.41

PODOVAL UR10 Hydrating Keratoplastic Treatment is a cream with 10% Lipostabilized Pure Urea useful for minor calluses, dry and cracked heels and fragile skin. Provides immediate and prolonged relief to dry, rough and chappy feet and heels. Not greasy, it gets quickly absorbed. It soothes itching, strengthens skin barrier and contributes to smooth, soft and elastic skin.

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Dermatological foot cream with 10% Pure Lipostabilized Urea, 75 ml tube. Italian Parapharmaceutical Code: 973323672.

Dermatological foot cream with 10% Pure Lipostabilized Urea, 75 ml tube. Italian Parapharmaceutical Code: 973323672.

Urea is an organic compound that when used topically can have moisturizing or keratolytic properties, depending on the concentration of use. The hydrating effect occurs at low concentration owing to the increase in water binding sites in the stratum corneum (SC) and to the reduction of trans-epidermal water loss. The keratoreducing and keratolytic effects occur instead when urea is used at higher concentrations (30-50%). The suggested mechanism seems to be the alteration of the quaternary structure of keratin in the SC through the breakage of hydrogen bonds. Urea is thus able to denature and disperse keratin and reduce the thickness of the SC without damaging the epidermal water barrier.

Apply regularly in the morning and evening on clean and dry feet. Gently massage, especially on heels, until complete absorption.

Cosmetic for external use.

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