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For preventing complications

Re-Vita intensive treatment

Foot Care Kit

Moisturizing, nourishing, protecting… and reviving your feet.

WHAT IS IT?

An intensive treatment with a synergistic effect, which looks after all aspects of your feet. It comprises 3 products: Re-Pura, Re-Idra, and Re-Sana.

WHAT DOES IT DO FOR YOU?

Re-Pura is a cleanser containing chlorhexidine, which gently but thoroughly cleans and purifies your feet.Re-Idra is a protective emollient lotion with a deeply hydrating effect. It contains glycerin, which preserves the correct level of moisture in the epidermis of your feet. Finally, Re-Sana is an intensive regenerating cream that hydrates your feet, using coconut oil to combat dryness and flaking in critical areas.

WHAT MAKES IT UNIQUE?

All 3 products have an L-carnosine base, a compound already present in our bodies, in order to fight against glycation and stop glucose molecules attacking the proteins in your skin. This results in more hydrated, protected and nourished feet.

IN WHAT FORMAT CAN YOU FIND IT?

The Re-Vita kit contains all 3 products for the wellbeing of your feet. Re-Idra, Re-Pura and Re-Sana are also available in individual packs.

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