Monday, October 15, 2012

Toe Juice Product Review!


I recently found out about a great new product that can relieve symptoms from tons of different skin conditions.

It was made initially for feet, so I figured that this would be a great review for some people in my family who have had issues with dry skin on their feet. I have actually used it myself on my feet, and it really works pretty great! I just drip some of it on my dry ankles, and the dry skin really gets a lot better almost instantly.

This product works really well, not only on dry feet, but also on skin conditions like acne, cold sores, eczema, psoriasis, insect bites, rashes and more!

In 1970, a High School teacher, with an infant son who had dry and cracking feet, came up with this product. He was tired of all of the really messy creams and wanted something cleaner and easier to use.

If you, or any members of your family have dry feet or any of the other problems I listed above, I strongly suggest picking up a bottle of this stuff:


You can buy it at Walgreens, Albertsons,Bed Bath and Beyond,Jewel-Osco, Supervalu, McKesson, ACME, Broulims, Kerr Drug, Hi-school pharmacy, Fruth Pharmacy, Target, and Walmart!

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