Only firm faith can help.
The market for chapped ointment is large. The promises are full-bodied. But can they ever be kept?
Calluses, miracle ointment, chapped skin ointment and other cornea removal creams promise tender feet just by rubbing them in. You only have to rub your feet regularly and permanently with the special formula and after a few weeks you will have feet as soft as a child's bottom.
Well, the good news is, unlike Corneal plane or Corneal Rasp with whichever cream you use, you can generally avoid hurting yourself or harming yourself. On the contrary, without a detailed consideration of specific recipes for chapped ointment, it can probably be assumed that the predominant number of offers has more or less caring properties. And, of course, care is an excellent measure to counteract unfavourable developments, or rather Cornea formation to delay or reduce.
Can chapped skin ointment really remove cornea?
But as the name "Schrundensalbe" already suggests, the point is to remove real fissures, or fissures as the expert says, by means of ointment. Well, how does that work? Just to illustrate, here are some nice pictures of real fissures:
Honestly, can you really expect a cream to remove such calluses? How is that possible? Will the chapped cornea disappear into thin air? Or will it bring the cornea back to life, bring it to life? Finally is cornea dead skin cell tissue as we know it.
Have you ever wondered where the cornea actually dissipates to by simply using rubbing ointment? Does it lie in your socks or loose in bed at night?
The answers you give yourself
Use your common sense and simply use the above questions to check whether the statements frequently made with chapped cream can be plausible. Or even better, take the trouble and ask a manufacturer directly where the cornea disappears to?
Butter by the fishes! It is important and right to treat your feet with cream, especially if they are suffering from moisture loss. A good formula with the right ingredients can effectively, preventively and lastingly counteract the formation of calluses, but by caring for healthy skin. Caring for the (dead) callus does not seem to make much sense. This should be removed with a clear conscience if it is perceived as annoying or even causes problems. But please do not expect miracles from a chapped skin ointment. Mr. Fuss considers a real removal of real corneas by simply applying cream to the skin to be unbelievable!