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CCS Footcare Cream - 175 ml


CCS Footcare Cream - 175 ml


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CCS Footcare Cream is extremely effective in the control of dry skin and cracked heels.

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Recommended Product Code (RPC): CCS01P

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CCS Footcare Cream is extremely effective in the control of dry skin and cracked heels. It contains urea which helps the moisturiser penetrate deep into the skin to help keep the skin soft and supple. It is lanolin free and hypo-allergenic.

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Daily Care Guidelines for Good Foot Care Advice Sheet

Many people have poor circulation and/or are unable to feel their feet...

Callus / hard skin

Callus or hard skin forms on the foot where there is excess pressure. It is the body’s self-protection mechanism to stop the foot developing a sore or wound. The body continues to produce hard skin when you don’t need it and this can...


There are three types of corns: Hard corn: Found on boney areas of the foot, they can be caused by poor footwear, crooked toes or the way you walk. The body responds to an increase in pressure on a boney area by producing excess skin cells which...

Ingrown toenails

Ingrown toenails are caused by a piece of nail growing into the flesh of the toe. They are extremely painful as it feels like a pin is stuck in the flesh. The nail continues to grow and the toe eventually responds with redness, heat and swelling....

Thick toe nails

People often say they have a double toenail, what has actually happened is that one or all of the three nail plates making up the nail have been damaged. The damage is permanent and cannot be reversed. Causes Thick toe nails are usually caused...

Fungal nail

A fungal nail is when fungal spores infect the nail. The nail may have superficial white powdery patches or be thickened, yellow and crumbly depending on the variety of fungal spore which has infected the nail plates and bed. Causes The causes...

Misshapen toes

Hammer toes, mallet toes, clawed toes, under-riding toe, over-riding toe and bunions are all varieties of misshapen toes. This is when one joint in the toe becomes partially dislocated altering the shape and function of the toe. Causes There...

Foot ulcers

A foot ulcer is another term for an open wound that has been present on the foot for two weeks or more. A foot ulcer can be a shallow red crater that involves only the surface of the skin or it can be very deep and extends through the full thickness...