Have you ever heard of Toe Juice
? Sounds odd and perfect for Halloween, however, it's quite amazing!
About Toe Juice
In 1970, Royce Garner, a high school science teacher in Boise, Idaho, produced his first batch of Toe Juice®. His endeavor began when his infant son had flaking, dry, cracked feet. The many lotions and creams were ineffective and messy. So Royce did some research, went to his lab, and came out with a revolutionary new product. Not only did it fix and prevent further complications with his son’s feet, but over the years many friends, family, and acquaintances have benefited from the strength of Royce’s Toe Juice®. Those who benefited from the fast drying liquid, often encouraged Royce to take it public.
Toe Juice is used for the following:
- Athletes foot
- Cold Sores
- Foot Problems
- Ichthyosis Psoriasis
- Insect Bites
- Jock Itch
- Jungle Rot
- Misc. Skin Irritation
My daughter, Sophia, has had eczema since she was an infant. It has seriously calmed down as she has gotten older, but nonetheless, she does still suffer from it from time to time. Rather than huge lumps of scales she just periodically gets small rash-like bumps in the same spots. Generally, we use lotion for these, but then I was able to try out some toe juice.
I tried out the Toe Juice with DermaVine on Sophia. You simply apply it to a cotton ball and apply it to the skin. You can do this as often as necessary. It dries quickly and does not even hurt. It smells of alcohol, but the fumes do not linger. Within a few days, we noticed a change in Sophia's skin -- for the better of course! I am very amazed at how well this stuff works. I didn`t really expect it to do much, but it`s much better than using all the various lotions. Plus it works quicker! Would I recommend this product? Absolutely! The best part is that it`s for multiple uses, not just eczema.
Please note: Individual results may vary. These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This Product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Always talk to your doctor and/or dermatologist if you have any skin concerns you wish to have addressed.