Foot Repair Cream
Repair and care for chapped heels
Intensive moisturising, quickly absorbing treatment for intensely dry, rough areas of feet and heels
MARNYS® Dermpure Foot Repair Cream moisturises and repairs intensely dry, chapped and rough areas of feet and heels, smoothing calluses and rough areas.
The synergistic combination of Raspberry extract, Shea butter, Spearmint, Mountain Pine, Sunflower, Coconut and Castor oils, Beeswax and Salicylic acid makes MARNYS® Dermpure Foot Repair Cream benefit your feet because it:
- Acts with repairing and regenerating properties, exerting relaxing, moisturising, smoothing and purifying effects that favour the elasticity of the skin of feet and heels.1,2,3,4,5
- Repairing effect of the skin demonstrated, eliminating roughness and calluses.3,6,7,8
- Maintains the skin barrier by deeply regenerating the skin of feet: moisturises, smooths and provides full comfort to your feet.1,9,10,11
- Is quickly absorbed without leaving a greasy feeling.12,13,14
In addition, its composition is certified with the COSMOS ORGANIC-standard, 100% organic and natural product, ensuring that 78.48% comes from organic farming. Shea butter in its composition comes from Fair Trade.
MARNYS® Dermpure Repairing Foot Cream is especially recommended for people whose daily activity involves exposing their feet to pressure or environmental aggressions. It is also perfect after pedicure, foot massage or daily care. Recommendation: apply it after MARNYS® Dermpure Warming Effect Cream.
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- Buřičová, L. et al. Antioxidant Capacity and Antioxidants of Strawberry, Blackberry, and Raspberry Leaves. Czech J. Food Sci. 2011
- Verma, N. et al. Anti-inflammatory effects of shea butter through inhibition of iNOS, COX-2, and cytokines via the Nf-κB pathway in LPS-activated J774 macrophage cells. J Complement Integr Med. 2012
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- Cooke, A. et al. Olive Oil, Sunflower Oil or no Oil for Baby Dry Skin or Massage: A Pilot, Assessor-blinded, Randomized Controlled Trial (the Oil in Baby SkincaRE [OBSeRvE] Study). Acta Derm Venereol. 2016
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- Lin, T. K. et al. Anti-Inflammatory and Skin Barrier Repair Effects of Topical Application of Some Plant Oils. Int J Mol Sci. 2017
- Huang, Z. R. et al. Biological and pharmacological activities of squalene and related compounds: potential uses in cosmetic dermatology. Molecules. 2009
- Hon, K. L. et al. Patient acceptability, efficacy, and skin biophysiology of a cream and cleanser containing lipid complex with shea butter extract versus a ceramide product for eczema. Hong Kong Med J. 2015
CALLUSES AND ROUGH AREAS
*Raspberry fruit water, Sunflower seed oil*, Coco caprylate/caprate, *Cocos nucifera oil, *Shea butter, Cera Alba*, *Castor seed oil, salicylic acid, mountain pine leaf oil, Spearmint leaf oil*, rice starch, glycine soja oil, tocopherol, beta-sitosterol, squalene, glyceryl stearate, glycerine, cetearyl alcohol, benzyl alcohol, stearic acid, dehydroacetic acid, sodium hydroxide, xanthan gum, phytic acid, D-limonene, linalool, citral, eugenol.
HOW TO USE
Apply 1 to 2 times a day on clean, dry skin of feet with a gentle massage until completely absorbed. Avoid contact with eyes.
PRESENTATION100 ml tube
TO KNOW MORE
- Raspberry extract contains powerful antioxidants, ellagic acid, epicatechins and procyanidins that exert anti-inflammatory action.1
- Spearmint leaf oil contains flavonols, phenols and volatile compounds, being carvone (85%), limonene and β-pinene the most abundant and those that exert antioxidant, soothing effects and activate skin microcirculation.15
- The main constituents of Shea butter are triglycerides: oleic and stearic acids above all, which are sufficiently stable against oxidation. It also contains triterpenes such as lupeol, α- and β-amyrin and butyrospermol that facilitate cell renewal.16
- Beeswax (cera alba) contains more than 300 components like hydrocarbons, fatty acids and esters, among others. It is particularly important due to its capability to create a protective film on the skin to avoid water loss and because of its antimicrobial properties.17
- Salicylic acid belongs to the group of hydroxylic acids, widely used in cosmetics. It’s got lipophilic nature, allowing desquamation mainly on superficial layers of epidermis and sebaceous glands, which have an excellent repairing effect.18
- Coconut oil contains a high level of fatty acids (lauric, caprylic, capric), potassium, phenols (vanillic acid) and tocopherols which facilitate the restoration of skin softness and flexibility.9
- Sunflower oil contains a high amount of linoleic acid, which is essential for good body maintenance.12
16. Andersson, A-C. et al. Shea butter extract for bioactive care. Cosmetics & Toiletries, 2015
17. Fratini, F. et al. Beeswax: A minireview of its antimicrobial activity and its application in medicine. Asian Pacific Journal of Tropical Medicine. 2016
18. Arif, T. Salicylic acid as a peeling agent: a comprehensive review. Clin Cosmet Investig Dermatol. 2015
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