How to Treat Keratosis Pilaris Or Chicken Skin With Urea Gel

What is Keratosis Pilaris? Keratosis Pilaris also known as chicken skin is a non-contagious skin disorder. It occurs when overproduction of keratin blocks the hair follicle which leads to dry rough skin along with formation of small bumps/pimples on skin. The skin condition causes skin to thicken, especially on the upper arms and thighs, buttocks…

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How to treat Fungal Nail Infections with Urea Gel

Bare Urea Gel containing 40% urea allows debridement of mycotic nails in a safe, easy and effective manner. Urea is also known as carbamide and it is one of the most basic and important chemicals used in healthcare industry today. It is an organic chemical compound that was first synthesized in 1828. Bare Urea Gel…

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How to Prevent and Treat Painful Corns and Calluses

Corns and calluses are irritating and likely painful conditions that form areas of thick skin due to excessive pressure or friction. They usually cause pain while walking or wearing shoes. The thickened skin that forms corns and calluses is known as hyperkeratosis in medical terms. What are Corns? A corn is a thick, localized area…

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Urea for Sensitive and Dry Skin Conditions

Urea plays a vital part in keeping skin moisturized, supple and well nourish. Lack of natural urea can lead to dry and scaly skin conditions. Skincare products like Bare Urea Gel significantly help to prevent, care and treat extreme sensitive and dry skin conditions by replacing and maintaining urea levels in the skin. What is…

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