Active Silver Foot Cream
Colloidal silver has been used for thousands of years to fight off infection and heal skin. In fact, in the early 20th century it was even used in hospitals.
This nourishing and soothing foot cream is a must-have in every first aid kit for preventing, reducing and soothing inflammation, fungal infections and moisturising cracked heels.
A blend of colloidal silver together with aloe vera and peppermint oil. This cream not only smells wonderful but it combines the healing and antibacterial properties of silver with peppermint to cool the point of pain and discomfort. I find a little goes a long way, though regular use ensures having your feet on show in Summer is far more pleasant.
Lab-tested, safety assessed and fully compliant with EU cosmetic regulation 1223/2009. Vegan friendly and absolutely not tested on animals. Made in the UK.
How to use: Rub into your feet morning and night or as often as required.
Ingredients: Aloe Vera Gel, Colloidal Silver 25ppm, Coconut Oil, Sweet Almond Oil, Cocoa Butter, Candelilla Wax, Colloidal Gold, Vitamin E Oil and Peppermint Essential Oil.Storage: Store in a cool place out of direct sunlight. Use within 1 year of purchase date.
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UK Standard £4.95
3 - 5 working days
Northern Ireland £6.90
3 - 5 working days
4 - 7 working days
Rest of World £23.00
7 - 14 working days
Can I combine it with other treatments?
Yes! But always consult a doctor as everyone has very individual and sometimes complex health issues. Chinese medicine often works hand in hand with Western medicine and complements the healing process.
How do I make sure I'm using my gua sha tools correctly, without causing damage to my skin?
Please be reassured, it’s very difficult to damage your skin with this time-old technique. Before you try gua sha for the first time, read the instruction leaflet inside the packaging and watch the short video on the product page of this site. Go easy to start with and watch how your skin responds before continuing. Please note, gua sha should not be performed over broken skin, varicose veins, moles, cuts or bruises.