What on Earth is Toe Juice®?
- Toe Juice was formulated to enhance your skin's natural healing abilities
- Created by a father (Royce Garner) for his son's skin condition
- Dries quickly and leaves no residue
- All natural plant based formula with an alcohol base
- Award winning
- Works great on many skin conditions from warts to acne
- Easily applied with a cotton ball or pour directly into hands and rub into the skin
- Available in most drug stores or online
- Visit the website (www.toejuice.com) and try your first bottle for free! (buyer pays shipping)
- Prices vary by location, but the suggested retail value of a 1 oz bottle is $8, a 4.6 oz bottle is $15
This is what Toe Juice® looks like. When I first saw it, I will admit that I had a bit of skepticism. I read the description and the claims to heal skin problems, but I was pretty sure that it wouldn't work on my heels. After all, nothing else ever did.
I'm not exactly sure how or why, but over the past few years, my feet have gotten very un-pretty. I have spent tons of money on scrubs, oils and creams. I have a mini cheese grater that they call a foot grooming tool - but I know a cheese grater when I see one!
For all of my scrubbing, scraping, lotions and other magical cures, my heels could still be used in place of a sand paper if needed. You can see on the left side of the image that there are deep lines and cracks as well as dry skin.
The image on the right is the same foot, at same angle, one week later. It still isn't perfect, but now I have to look closely before I am grossed out. I'm hoping that with continued use, I might rid myself of this problem completely.
The funny thing is, when I tried it the first time, I was sure that it would dry my feet out worse. It has an alcohol base, and I thought, oh.. no!
Surprisingly, the alcohol dried quickly, and without making my feet any flakier. It left me fairly curious as to what else must be in it. What I found was a list of all natural, plant based ingredients. The secret is called DermaVine®, and it is a combination of Willow Bark, Lemon Peel, and Cinnamonum extracts.
As I did a little bit more reading on the website, I came across a list of many more uses along with user testimonials regarding the claims. It works on acne? My pre-teens will want to know about that!
According to the website, warts, eczema, and even cold sores can be eliminated. In fact, it seems that almost any ailment of the skin is treatable with Toe Juice®. Obviously, results will vary from person to person, but I am quite pleased with the results I have seen so far.
You can learn more on their YouTube channel, and follow with all your favorite social media sources. There is a Facebook Fan page, a Twitter account, a Google Plus Page, Flickr, LinkedIn, and even a Pinterest Page! The fine people from the Toe Juice® company would like to reward one of my readers with a sample of their product. I will hold a Rafflecopter giveaway that will end at 12:01 on September 24th. Use the form if you would like to try to win.
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