How Bare Urea Gel Works?
Benefits of Bare Urea Gel
Bare Urea is a highly effective moisturizing gel. It easily penetrates the stratum corneum. Bare Urea gel is a wonderful emollient that softens rough scaly and itchy skin. In the field of podiatric medicine, Urea has many valuable uses. Urea improves fissures, eczema, plaque psoriasis, and keratosis. It has merit in removing dystrophic nails without surgery. Bare Urea gel is a humectant that is hydrophilic and promotes healthy skin and improves barrier function. Thus, giving great relief to premature skin aging and the dryness that it causes.
Benefits of Salicylic Acid
Applying a mild solution of Salicylic Acid directly to the skin yields many of the benefits of scrubbing, without the risk of rupturing pores or breaking tiny blood vessels. Salicylic Acid treatment, however, has many benefits that simple scrubbing does not.
Salicylic Acid is and has been a for many years a podiatric workhorse. It is a great topical keratolytic emollient and comes in variety of strengths. Approved OTC is from 2-17% and anything over (usually 50-60%) must be prescribed by a physician. Salicylic Acid is used in treating plantar warts, keratosis, heloma durum, and hardened calluses. Salicylic Acid like other keratolytic products function as a peel, also smoothing and debriding dry skin. It helps to treat dehydrated, viral, and aging flaky conditions of the skin.
Benefits of Hyaluronic Acid
Hyaluronic Acid may not be the newest or flashiest ingredient out there, but it’s tried and true and seriously good for your skin. First off, don’t let the word “acid” fool you. Hyaluronic Acid isn’t harsh or skin-stripping at all. In fact, it’s the exact opposite – a powerful humectant (aka moisture-binding ingredient) that keeps skin plump and hydrated and, yes, young-looking.
Hyaluronic Acid is a naturally occurring polysaccharide (carbohydrate) in the human body. It’s present in large amounts in the spaces between skin cells, where it provides moisture, plumpness, firmness and suppleness to the skin.
Applied topically, it increases hydration, improves elasticity and also reverses free radical damage, so it may have some benefit in protecting from UV damage. Bonus? Hyaluronic Acid is one ingredient that works across the board. Every skin type, even oily, can benefit. Look for Hyaluronic Acid serums and apply one alone if you have oily skin or under moisturizer if you have dry skin.