M.D. Forte Hand and Body Cream (20% Glycolic Compound) deeply hydrates to eliminate dry skin.
This moisturizing cream is ideal for deeply hydrating the entire body. It is particularly useful as a nail and pedicure treatment, working to eliminate calloused, rough skin on heels and feet. It also helps soften cuticles while preventing thin, brittle nails from splitting and breaking. With daily use of this glycolic acid lotion, your coarse, calloused skin will feel soft and smooth. Buy M.D. Forte Hand and Body Cream (20% Glycolic Compound) today to moisturize your rough, dry skin.
This glycolic acid lotion is formulated with strong ingredients to gently exfoliate rough skin.
M.D. Forte’s glycolic compound is a pH-balanced mixture of glycolic acid, ammonium glycolate, purified water and higher-molecular-weight oligomers of glycolic acid. These ingredients work with alpha hydroxy acids to gently exfoliate dry skin, leaving a soft and smooth texture. The physician-strength formula in this glycolic acid lotion is also non-comedogenic, so it won’t cause irritation.
Add this hydrating hand and body lotion to your daily regimen for rough skin relief.
This glycolic acid lotion easily fits into any skin care regimen. It is recommended for all skin types, especially those prone to dry skin. Apply sparingly to hands, arms, legs, knees, feet and other dry areas once or twice daily. Apply to cuticles and nails for a soothing manicure and pedicure treatment. With regular use, this lotion will soften and smooth your calloused skin.
Buy M.D. Forte Hand and Body Cream (20% Glycolic Compound) for softer skin today.
Apply sparingly once or twice daily.
20% glycolic compound (a pH-balanced mixture of glycolic acid, ammonium glycolate, purified water and higher-molecular-weight oligomers of glycolic acid), purified water, mineral oil, C12-15 alkyl benzoate, ammonium glycolate, glycolic acid, ceresin, petrolatum, sorbitan stearate, sorbitol, glyceryl stearate, PEG-100 stearate, magnesium aluminum silicate, xanthan gum, disodium EDTA, methylparaben, propylparaben.