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Neat Feat Essential Footcare Athletic Foot & Toe Cream

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Brand: Neat Feat / Texture: Cream / Type: Foot Cream / Suitable for: Foot

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  • Product Details

    Helps to Prevent Athletes Foot / Treatment helps prevent Athletes Foot fungus (tinea pedis) / Reduces wetness between the toes which can cause Athletes Foot / Antibacterial action helps prevent the growth of germs that cause foot infections / Lubrication/Emollient/Cream prevents chafing between the toes which can cause Athlete's Foot / Neat Feat Essential Footcare Athletic Foot & Toe Cream has been designed and developed by New Zealand Doctors / Simple to use and safe for the whole family / Neat Feat Essential Footcare Athletic Foot & Toe Cream has an active ingredient that prevents sweating and has antifungal properties to assist with minor foot infections / It also reduces wetness between the toes which can cause the Athletes Foot fungus and it's antibacterial action helps to prevent the growth of germs that cause foot infections / Neat Feat Essential Footcare Athletic Foot & Toe Cream prevents chafing between the toes which can cause Athlete's Foot / By applying a Neat Feat Roll-On or Neat Feat Shoe Powder to the feet on a daily basis, this will reduce the amount of foot perspiration within the shoe and help prevent the environment for fungus to grow / Thorough washing with soap and drying of the feet will help prevent infection and re-infection / Neat Feat products were developed by doctors who were working alongside the New Zealand Army / Neat Feat products are still currently being used by the New Zealand Armed Forces, New Zealand sporting teams and individual athletes /