The urea creams are widely used to treat a range of foot problems related to dry skin such a dermatitis, psoriasis and after the debridement of callus, especially the cracked heels. Different concentrations of urea are effective against different kinds of foot problems. The lower concentrations are good to moisturise the skin. The higher concentration (around 40%) are better for the hard thick skin and dystrophic nails. The middle concentration (around 25%) are better for dry and flaky skin.
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