AmLactin Foot Repair Cream 3 oz – Heal Dry Cracked Heels with 15% Lactic Acid

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Discover AmLactin Foot Repair Cream, the ultimate 3 oz foot cream for dry cracked heels. Enriched with 15% lactic acid, it’s the perfect exfoliator and moisturizer for intensive foot care. Say goodbye to dry skin. (Packaging May Vary)

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AmLactin Foot Repair Cream: Transformative Care for Dry, Cracked Heels

AmLactin Foot Repair Cream is a potent 3 oz foot cream uniquely formulated with 15% Lactic Acid to not only provide deep moisturization but also gently exfoliate dry, rough skin. Designed for those struggling with dry, cracked heels, this cream offers a dual-action solution by exfoliating dead skin cells while simultaneously hydrating the new layers beneath. Its rich, non-greasy formula absorbs quickly, leaving your feet feeling soft, smooth, and revitalized. Experience the powerful benefits of AmLactin Foot Repair as part of your daily foot care routine to reveal healthier, more supple skin.


  • 15% Lactic Acid: Gently exfoliates dead skin while promoting natural skin renewal.
  • Deep Moisturization: Intensely hydrates and conditions the skin for lasting softness.
  • Quick Absorption: Non-greasy formula that absorbs fast for immediate relief.
  • Foot Care Specialist: Specially designed to treat dry, cracked heels effectively.
  • Packaging May Vary: Note that packaging might change, but the trusted formula remains the same.

How to Use:

  1. Clean and dry your feet thoroughly before applying the cream.
  2. Apply a thin layer of AmLactin Foot Repair Cream to affected areas of the feet, especially focusing on dry and cracked heels.
  3. Gently massage into the skin until fully absorbed.
  4. For best results, use daily or as recommended by your healthcare provider to maintain soft, healthy feet.


  • Smoother Skin Texture: Regular use helps to reduce dryness and improve the texture of your feet.
  • Healing Properties: Effectively heals cracks and crevices for smoother, supple heels.
  • Exfoliation Plus Hydration: Exfoliates away dead skin while deeply moisturizing the fresh layer underneath.
  • Improved Foot Health: With continued use, feet become healthier and more resilient against dryness and cracking.


  • Product Name: AmLactin Foot Repair Cream
  • Size: 3 oz
  • Key Ingredient: 15% Lactic Acid
  • Skin Type: Ideal for dry, cracked heels and feet
  • Packaging: Tube (Note: packaging may vary)


Discover the restorative power of AmLactin Foot Repair Cream and take the first step towards healthier, more beautiful feet. This specially formulated cream provides the perfect balance of exfoliation and hydration to effectively combat dryness and leave your feet feeling renewed. Say goodbye to rough, cracked heels and hello to soft, rejuvenated skin with AmLactin.

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Is Discontinued By Manufacturer ‏ : ‎ No
Product Dimensions ‏ : ‎ 8 x 2 x 2 inches; 10 ounces
Item model number ‏ : ‎ A3
UPC ‏ : ‎ 868615000422
Manufacturer ‏ : ‎ Zero Taboos
ASIN ‏ : ‎ B07N35HRT7
Country of Origin ‏ : ‎ USA

NOTICEABLE decrease in body odor after 10-12 days of continuous use. Beneficial bacteria suppress odor-causing bacteria & support healthy skin microbiome.
SAFE & GENTLE. Use instead of soap anywhere on your body. Gentle, pH-balanced formula for everyday use.
SUPPRESS the growth of bacteria that cause body odor naturally.
FREE FROM: Sulfate-free, paraben-free, fragrance-free, no essential oils, and without herbal extracts for sensitive and allergy-prone skin.

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