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Moist, itchy peeling skin between the toes and on the soles of the feet may be the signs of a fungal infection, also known as Athlete’s Foot. The Footlogix® Peeling Skin Formula will effectively treat the underlying fungal infection, as well as provide relief from the associated itching, scaling, peeling, burning and redness.
Peeling skin commonly occurs in people whose feet are very clammy or sweaty because moist, wet skin macerates, or softens and breaks down, making the feet vulnerable to the fungus already present on the skin’s surface. Fungus can be easily picked up in public areas if you walk barefoot, where the infection can typically spread.
Peeling skin may also refer to the currently trending practice of peeling or shedding a layer of skin off the feet using a harsh foot peel product. Consumers frequently have the misconception that peeling the feet is the best way to solve foot issues such as hard calluses, deep cracking and extreme dryness. However, the Footlogix® philosophy is to maintain or improve the function of the skin. Peeling the skin off your feet is not the answer.
In these cases, the best way to smooth the skin on the feet is to soften and exfoliate calluses from the feet. When used together, the Footlogix® Callus Softener and Footlogix® Stainless Steel File will transform the feet in 10 minutes. This is a much safer way to both hydrate and eliminate calluses without using harsh peels which can cause damage to the integrity of the skin.
If you’re suffering from peeling skin on the feet and between the toes due to a moist environment or underlying fungal infection, the Footlogix Peeling Skin Formula is recommended. It’s also perfect for those who frequently walk barefoot in public areas such as locker rooms, saunas, swimming pools, airport security, communal baths and showers.
This unique mousse product, formulated with Dermal Infusion Technology®, contains antifungal agents and no added moisturizers.
Peeling Skin Formula