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Urea, Lactic Acid & Combination Foot

This combination is used to treat the hand foot which is mainly occurs by chemotherapy and it may cause tingling, red and peeling skin, numbness. This cream breaks the harden protein present on the scaly skin and relieve these symptoms.

  • Composition

    Lactic Acid 10% w/w
    Liquid Paraffin 10% w/w
    Methyl Paraben 0.16% w/w
    Propylene Glycol 10% w/w
    Propyparaben 0.04% w/w
    Urea 10% w/w

  • Release form


  • Category

    For Foot Care


As foot cream, Treats Chronic eczema, and As emollient.

About Composition


The urea penetrates deep into the stratum corneum of the dry skin where it absorbs and retain water in that portion.
It increases the water or moisture capacity of the skin and rehydrates the skin

Lactic Acid:

Lactic acid is the keratolytic agent, in certain skin conditions the amount of the keratin is increases then normal amount which makes the skin to become harden and scaly so, therefore lactic acid helps in the breakdown of the keratin protein which is present in the skin

Propylene Glycol:

Propylene glycol is the skin softening agent. It is emollient in nature.
Propylene glycol makes the external layers of the skin soften by hydrating them and is often used as moisturizer.

Liquid Paraffin:

• Liquid paraffin is used as the mineral oil and it is also used as laxative.
• It coats the outer layer of the skin by oil and prevents the evaporation of the water from the skin.
• It softens the skin and also provide flexibility to the skin.

Methyl Paraben:

• Methyl Paraben is the type of paraben and commonly used as preservative in many cosmetics as to stop the growth of bacteria.
• They are commonly found in the makeup, shaving creams, hair products.
• It interferes with the cellular membrane processes and also inhibits the synthesis of DNA, RNA.

Propyl Paraben:

• Propyl paraben is also the type of paraben which is also interferes the cellular membrane transport process by inhibiting the enzyme phosphotransferases