Gel socks are used for two purposes: for beauty and for health. They contain a special kind of gel that can help soothe tired and aching feet, get rid of calluses, or help promote well-being. Some of the terms commonly interchanged with gel socks are “moisturizing socks”, “spa socks”, and “sleep socks”. These socks also have the ability to contain moisture, thereby hydrating and softening the skin. And since these socks are made from a special kind of material, rest assured that they do not attract mold and bacterial growth.
NatraCure 5-Toe Moisturizing Gel Socks helps treat: Dry and cracked heels, calluses, damaged cuticles, eczema, and dry skin of every sort, anywhere on your feet. Hypoallergenic and Dematologist-tested.
About SMARTGEL: This formula made in the USA slowly releases a medical-grade mineral oil that is enriched with:
- Vitamin E – Smoothes and strengthens the skin.
- Shea Butter: Protects the skin against negative environmental factors.
- Aloe Vera: Highly moisturizing and helps skin regeneration.
- Vitamin F forte: Reduces moisture loss and aids skin’s water-retention.
NatraCure 5-Toe Moisturizing Gel Socks how to use and how it works:
- Wear for at least 20 minutes, at least 2-3 times per week. Longer treatment times and more frequent use will produce better results. Daily use is recommended!
- Pro Tip: For even better results, may be used with your favorite lotion or cream.
- As the inner SmartGel lining comes in contact with your skin, the warmth of your feet activates the release of the therapeutic oils and vitamins.
- After each 20 minute at-home spa treatment, your feet will have a silky smooth feeling that lasts.
How They Feel:
- The socks include an inner gel lining which, at first, will feel dry and rubbery against your skin.
- When they warm to the temperature of your body, your feet will be enveloped in medical-grade essential oils that provide a deep hydrating, spa-like treatment.
- With regular, continued use, even the most difficult skin will become softer, smoother, and healthier.
- Before using gel socks, see your doctor first especially if you’re suffering from arthritis or diabetes. Your doctor will tell you if there is a need to use them, or if these foot coverings can do you more harm than good.