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Rite Aid Pharmacy Foot Soap, 8 packets 8 oz (226 g)

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Borax; bran; iodide. Foot care. Softens corns and calluses. Relieves tired, aching feet. Relieves itching and burning. Use Rite Aid Foot Soap to ease stress for tired, tender feet. Foot soap cleans and rejuvenates, relaxes and refreshes tired foot muscles. Leaves feet feeling fresh and revitalized. Easy to use. Compare to the active ingredients in Johnson's Foot Soap (This product is not manufacture or distributed by Combe Incorporated, owner of the trademark Johnson's). Made in USA.

Features & Benefits:

  • Softens corns and calluses
  • Talc free
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Specs
Height 3.15
Width 3.90
Depth 4.80
Unit Price $9.98 per POUND (on regular retail)
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Depth 4.80
Width 3.90
Height 3.15
Extended Size 8 packets [8 oz (226 g)]
Ingredient Preference Talc Free
Allergy Option Talc Free
Directions
Using a foot basin, combine contents of one envelope with two quarts of comfortably warm water. Stir to dissolve and soak feet for 15-20 minutes for maximum relief. For Corns and Calluses Repeat treatment as necessary to soften corns and calluses. Feet will feel fresh and relaxed. For Body Bath: For a complete rejuvenating experience, dissolve contents of one envelope in a tub of warm water. After bathing, towel dry and feel refreshed immediately.
Ingredients
Sodium Tallowate Sodium Cocoate Water Glycerin, Sodium Sesquicarbonate, Sodium Borate, Oat Avena Sativa (Oat), Bran, Caramel Color E-150D, Potassium Iodide.

Safety
Keep out of reach of children. For external use only. Do not use this product if you are diabetic or have poor blood circulation except under the advice and supervision of a doctor or podiatrist. Do not use on irritated skin or on any area that is infected or reddened. If discomfort persists, see your doctor or podiatrist.