Dermal Therapy Heel Balm hydrates dry, cracked heels and feet. Its unique formula contains 25% Urea in a highly concentrated, moisturising and emollient base to soften dry, cracked heels and feet. The combination of emollient ingredients actively replenishes moisture deep below the surface of the skin, promoting visibly healthier skin in just three days of application.
- Formulated to hydrate dry, cracked heels and feet
- Enhanced with exfoliating properties
- Enriched with Pro-Vitamin B5, Vitamin E and L-Arginine
- Contains Centipeda Cunninghamii, an Australian herb with unique skin nourishing properties
Also available Dermal Therapy Heel Magic.
50g RRP $10.95 AUD
100g RRP $15.95 AUD
Apply morning and night to dry, cracked heels and feet. Once heels and feet are restored, continue use to maintain hydration. Recommended for adults and children over the age of 12 years. Stinging may occur in deep cracks.
Aqua, Urea, Lanolin, Cetearyl Alcohol, Paraffinum Liquidum, Paraffin, Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea Butter), PEG-20 Stearate, Glyceryl Stearate, Decyl Oleate, Phenoxyethanol, Allantoin, Centipeda Cunninghamii Extract, Sodium PCA, Benzyl Alcohol, Panthenol, Glycolic Acid, Tocopheryl Acetate (Vitamin E), Aloe Barbadensis leaf juice, Melaleuca Alternifolia (Tea Tree) Oil, Arginine, Fragrance
Over a 6 week period, 30 subjects applied 25% Urea cream to the right Heel, and 10% Urea cream to the left Heel twice daily. Hydration levels determined by measuring skin’s electrical resistance.
A greater level of skin hydration was achieved following the continual application of the 25% urea cream (Dermal Therapy Heel Balm) when compared to the continual application of 10% urea cream.
Note: This study was commissioned by LaCorium Health and conducted on patients attending the Diabetes Centre and Department of Podiatry, Southern General Hospital Glasgow, Scotland.
In a controlled 14 day trial, 27 subjects suffering from dry, cracked feet used Dermal Therapy Heel Balm product twice daily.
Dermal Therapy Heel Balm showed significant increase in the mean moisturisation value when compared time 0 and time 14.
Note: Study was commissioned by LaCorium Health and conducted by Australian Photobiology Testing Facility (APTF) at Sydney University, Sydney Australia, an independent testing facility.