The ultimate dry skin treatment, our triple action alpha-hydroxy therapy works to transform extraordinarily dry skin into smooth, soft skin. All by promoting natural skin cell renewal through exfoliation. Clinically-proven AmLactin Foot Cream utilizes our patented ULTRAPLEX formula to create one of the best dry skin creams available.
• The #1 moisturizer brand recommended by podiatrists.1
• Formulated with a special blend of emollient and humectant ingredients that help heal dry, callused feet.
• With the patented ULTRAPLEX formula, you can expect long-lasting moisture and serious relief.
If you suffer from dry skin, you know there’s a big difference between short-term relief and long-term therapy. While traditional moisturizers provide superficial results, AmLactin Skin Care is different. Our unique alpha-hydroxy therapy exfoliates, retains the skin’s natural moisture, and draws water to the skin to hydrate so it looks and feels soft and smooth.
Don’t let the word “acid” scare you. Alpha-hydroxy acids (AHAs), in the right concentration and pH balanced for your skin, are a good thing. All AmLactin moisturizers contain alpha-hydroxy therapy that’s especially effective at gently exfoliating your skin.
But the relief you’ve come to expect involves more than just exfoliation. Our formulas contain creamy emollients that help retain moisture in your skin, making it feel soft and smooth. It is no wonder AmLactin is the #1 moisturizer brand recommended by dermatologists for rough, dry skin.2
Dry skin can show up in many ways – dry, itchy skin; chapped hands; rough patches; callused heels; and most everything else in between. Despite its broad effects, the causes can be fairly similar: aging, weather changes, dry indoor heating or air conditioning, and harsh soaps or detergents are just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to identifying causes of dry skin.
Dry skin can also be associated with certain incurable skin conditions such as keratosis pilaris. AmLactin provides the kind of dry skin relief you never thought possible.
References: 1. Kloos Donoghue S. Podiatry management annual practice survey. Podiatry Management. March 2015. 2. Data on file. Third party dermatology survey. February 2014.