- Side Effects
- Patient Information Leaflet
What is Flexitol Foot Cream
Flexitol Moisturizing foot cream is designed to moisturise and restore the skin on the feet. It contains 10% Urea in a highly fertile and concentrated base. It is enriched with Vitamin E to hydrate and softens dehydrated skin.
How Effective is Flexitol Moisturizing Foot Cream?
Flexitol Moisturizing foot cream is very effective in treating extremely dry feet and legs. It is an over-the-counter cream. Urea and Vitamin E are proven to be very effective in helping moisturise and repair skin.
Can I buy Flexitol Moisturizing Foot Cream online?
Flexitol Moisturizing Foot Cream does not require a prescription, although patients are very welcome to book an appointment with a health expert at Click Pharmacy to discuss how best to use this product. It can be purchased in both 85G and 500G packs and will be sent directly to the door by Next Day Delivery.
What dose should I choose?
Flexitol Moisturizing Foot Cream comes in packaging of 85 and 500 grams. It should be used daily following the patient information leaflet provided or doctor’s advice. It is suitable for use by those who are prone to patches of dry skin, including psoriasis and eczema sufferers. It is suitable for daily use on dry, rough skin on legs and feet. Flexitol Moisturizing Foot Cream is recommended for children and adults over 12 years.
How should I use Flexitol Moisturizing Foot Cream?
Flexitol Moisturizing Foot Cream should be applied two to three times a day as instructed on the patient information leaflet or by a healthcare professional. It is richly formulated, so a small amount applied to the skin will go a long way. Flexitol Moisturizing Foot Cream is also suitable as a general body moisturiser due to its strong product properties:
Intensive moisturising properties
Suitability for diabetic patients
Flexitol Moisturizing Foot Cream is for external use only. Try to avoid contact with eyes; otherwise, it may damage them. Always remember to replace the cap after each use. If the seal on the tube appears tampered with or broken, then do not use the cream and return it to the pharmacy. Stop using the Flexitol Moisturising Foot Cream if a rash or local irritation occurs. Remember to store the cream between 10 degrees and 30 degrees centigrade in dry place.
How does Flexitol Moisturizing Foot Cream work?
Flexitol Moisturizing foot cream contains 10% Urea and a highly enriched and concentrated base. The cream is enriched with Vitamin E to hydrate and soften dehydrated skin. Flexitol Moisturizing Foot Cream keeps skin silky, smooth and intensely nourished, thus helping restore the skin to its natural and previous appearance.
How long should I take Flexitol Moisturizing Foot Cream for before I notice a difference?
Flexitol Moisturizing Foot Cream should be applied two to three times daily until a change is noticed with the skin on the feet and legs have completely moisturised and become fresh. This cream can also be used daily for retaining perfect, fresh skin.
What are the side effects of Flexitol Moisturizing Foot Cream?
There have been no reported major side effects to Flexitol Moisturizing Foot Cream to date. The emollients present in the cream may occasionally irritate people that are sensitive to any of the ingredients listed below:
Glyceryl Stearate Se
It is worth noting that lanolin may cause contact allergy. The cream contains lactic acid and urea that are known to attract and retain the water in the upper skin layer. Urea may also help in maintaining a functional barrier to the skin.
When shouldn’t I take Flexitol Moisturizing Foot Cream?
If you have previously experienced any skin problems or are currently suffering from undiagnosed issues at present, you should first consult a doctor or pharmacist before using the cream. If allergic to any of its ingredients, then you should read the stated ingredients on the leaflet carefully and speak to your doctor.
What is the difference between Flexitol Moisturizing Foot Cream and PurSources?
Flexitol moisturising foot cream and PurSources moisturising foot cream are both moisturisers designed for feet and leg skin. However, Flexitol Moisturizing Foot Cream contains 10% urea, while PurSources contains 40% urea. This makes it a little too intense for use on sensitive skin. So, Flexitol Moisturizing foot cream is slightly more expensive due to its effectiveness and brand name.
How does Flexitol Moisturising Foot Cream treat dry skin on feet?
The active ingredient, urea, is effective at locking in moisture and retaining hydration on the skin.
Can pregnant women use Flexitol Moisturising Foot Cream?
Although Flexitol Moisturising Foot Cream is generally safe to use, it is advised to consult with a GP, pharmacist or midwife before using the cream if you are pregnant, trying to get pregnant or breastfeeding.
What should I do after using Flexitol Moisturising Foot Cream?
After using Flexitol Moisturising Foot Cream the layer of your feet skin often becomes slippery. To prevent slipping it is advised to wear socks after applying the cream.
Can I drive or operate machinery safely after using Flexitol Moisturising Foot Cream?
Using Flexitol Moisturising Foot Cream does not affect one’s ability to drive or operate machinery safely in any way.
Do I need to wash my hands before using Flexitol Moisturising Foot Cream?
You should thoroughly wash your hands before and after using Flexitol Moisturising Foot Cream. This is to ensure there is no cross contamination of bacteria.
Can I use other skincare products on my feet while using Flexitol Moisturising Foot Cream?
You should avoid using skincare products other than a mild cleanser and moisturiser on your feet while using Flexitol Moisturising Heel Balm.
It is rare to experience side effects from using Flexitol Moisturising Foot Cream. You may notice the skin of your feet peeling, this means the cream is treating dry skin. If you experience any irritation, itching, rash, swelling or redness you should stop using Flexitol Moisturising Foot Cream immediately. This may be a sign of an allergic reaction, if that is the case you should seek medical advice as soon as possible.