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The True Therapy

10% Glycolic Acid+2.5% Lactic Acid Foot Mousse

10% Glycolic Acid+2.5% Lactic Acid Foot Mousse

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What makes it special

While exfoliating and renewing the skin, our skin care toner also helps maintain the skin's natural moisture balance. This glow recipe is enriched with hydrating ingredients that may deeply hydrate your skin, and helps prevent excessive dryness to rough feet. Now enjoy soft, supple feet with every use of these numbuzin products.

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Powerful Ingredients

  • Glycolic Acid

    Acts as an exfoliant and astringent, deeply cleanses skin and minimizes their appearance,reducing cracks and irritation.

  • Lactic Acid

    lactic acid can help to break down the bonds between the dead skin cells and the heathly ones. This results in dry skin falling off naturally and without hurting the skin.

  • 17 Amino Acid Complex

    This formula has a blend of 17 amino acids complex that helps make the skin smoother and softer by enhancing water retention.

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    Consumer Study Results

    Positive Effect: 90% of Indian users experienced effective cracks healing and improved skin texture
    Participants: 9,546

    All Ingredients

    • 10% GLYCOLIC ACID, 2.5% LACTIC ACID, Hyaluronic Acid, Amino Acid Complex 17.

    How to Use

    • Step 1

      Apply a small amount to your feet and legs.

    • Step 2

      Massage Gently Untill absorbed completely.

    • Step 3

      Focus on the dry, hardened area & between the toes.

    Additional Information

    When to use

    • PM

    Concerns

    Sun TAN, Dry Feet, Lacklustre Skin, Uneven Skin Tone, Strawberry Legs, and Hardened Area

    Suitable for

    All Skin type

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