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Amerigel Premium Care Lotion


Amerigel Premium Care Lotion


  • What is Amerigel Premium Care Lotion?

    Amerigel Premium Care Lotion is an antimicrobial, antifungal, anti-inflammatory lotion formulated to resolve skin problems caused by poor circulation, infection and bacteria.

  • It is a fragrance and dye-free natural exfoliate that moisturizes, softens rough skin and helps prevent infection and fungus.

  • Who can benefit from Amerigel Premium Care Lotion?

    Amerigel Premium Care Lotion is highly recommended for all diabetic patients.

  • It is also beneficial for anyone with poor circulation, eczema, psoriasis, xerosis, ichthyosis, bromhidrosis, heel fissures, minor burns and rashes.

  • It is also beneficial for patients with spider and varicose veins.

  • How does Amerigel Premium Care Lotion work?

    Amerigel Premium Care Lotion provides a deep moisture treatment that works beneath the skin to reduce inflammation and irritation, eliminate bacteria and fungus and restore healthy skin.

  • The main ingredient is Oakin, a natural oak extract that promotes healing in wounds such as ulcers, scrapes, burns, cuts and rashes as well as a variety of problematic skin conditions.It reduces skin inflammation and promotes natural healing.

  • How do I use Amerigel Premium Care Lotion?

    Apply a liberal amount of Amerigel Premium Care Lotion onto affected area once or twice daily or as prescribed by a physician.

  • The best time to apply lotion is after a shower or bath, when the skin pores are open and can successfully absorb the most nutrients.

  • How much is Amerigel Premium Care Lotion?

    • One bottle of Amerigel Premium Care Lotion is $20.20

  • Additional Information on Amerigel Premium Care Lotion:

    • More specific conditions that benefit from Amerigel Premium Care Lotion are: Xerosis (excessively dry skin), hyperpigmentation (blemishes or blotches on skin), Stasis Dermatitis (redness and scaling of the legs), Chronic dry Tinea (dry cracked skin around heels due to bacteria or fungus), Tinea Pedis (athlete’s foot), and Bromhydrosis (foot odor due to fungus or bacteria).