Diabetics can suffer from damage to their nerve endings, which can affect their extremities. They may endure numbness, tingling, or burning sensations in their legs, hands, and feet. Because of this, diabetic feet sweat less frequently or not at all, leading to dryness.
Treatment for dry diabetic feet should be aimed at restoring moisture to the feet and preventing bacterial and fungal infections from occurring.
Tea tree oil disinfects and has powerful antiseptic properties. Tea tree oil can be used for fungal infections, blisters, athlete’s foot, burns, cold sores, infected wounds, insect bites, rashes, and warts. It may be used directly on skin or with a carrier. It may cause skin irritation and drying in sensitive individuals.
Eucalyptus is a very powerful bactericidal with anti-viral properties. Eucalyptus is an excellent immune-stimulant and is good for people who are tired, run down, and prone to frequent colds. Eucalyptus can be used in a bath or massaged onto sore muscles. It helps relieve aches and pains, but it is best known as a decongestant for coughs and colds.
Ingredients: Shea butter, cocoa butter, grape seed oil, apricot kernel, vitamin E, eucalyptus and peppermint essential oil and tea tree oil
(Please note: Information on this web site is no substitute for consulting a health care professional. All information contained on this web site, including information relating to medical and health conditions, products and treatments, is for informational purposes only. Please see your doctor or health care professional before starting any alternative treatments, diets, supplements or exercise programs.)