Queen Helene Footherapy Salts
Footherapy Salts by Queen Helene
Give your feet daily hygienic doctors care in your own home with Footherapy foot
salts, a combination of concentrated minerals similar to those found in the
waters of many famous natural health spas. Treat painful corns and calluses
without razor blade surgery, as Footherapy helps to soften, loosen and flake
away dry, scaly tissue. A special buffer included in this box, helps you get rid
of the dead dry skin of corns and calluses. After just one treatment, your feet
feel healthy, rested, cool, and pain-free.
Dissolve contents of one pouch into a basin or tub of comfortably
hot water. Immerse your feet and the special buffer in this solution. Let them
soak in this solution for at least ten minutes. Towel dry your feet and
immediately use the wet buffer to gently buff away stubborn dead skin from corns
For external use only. Keep out of the reach of children. If skin
irritation occurs, discontinue use. If aches and pain persist, see your
podiatrist or doctor.
Sodium Sesquicarbonate, Magnesium Sulfate, Sodium Chloride, Sodium
Lauryl Sulfate, Fragrance, Water, Lithium Chloride, Sulfur, Potassium Iodide,
About Queen Helene
Queen Helene batherapy now produces over one hundred different products for the face, body, feet, hair and scalp. Some of these products have been consistently used since the early 30's. Queen Helene’s mint julep masque is a fine example. It's a truly unique acne product, developed before the use of synthetics were available. Today, the preparation for this product remains the same. All Queen Helene creams and lotions are made from a blend of natural ingredients and fragrances. Products like the Queen Helene styling gels and cholesterol hair line, keep up with today's tough hair styling needs.
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