What if my pet drank or ingested one of the products?
If your pet or someone ingested some of the solution or cream do not call PROFOOT. Call the Poison Control Center immediately at 1-800-222-1222 and have the package bottle or jar handy for reference.
Is Heel Rescue Foot Cream safe to use on other areas of your body?
Yes, you can use this cream to moisturize your entire body. Please be careful to avoid eyes, nose, ears and mouth.
How do I open the pump on the Heel Rescue Foot Cream?
Press the pump down and turn clockwise. The pump will “pop-up” and be ready for use. If the pump doesn't pop up, try tightening the ring around the neck of the jar first.
Does the Heel Rescue Foot Cream have an expiration date?
The recommended shelf life is 3 years. There is a lot # on the bottom of the jar. This is an example of how it is coded;
121 Julian date of manufacture or the 121 day of 2016; April 30, 2019 would be expiration date
6 Last digit of the year the batch was produced
2 Sequence of manufacturing batch for the day
A First production run
Does the Heel Rescue Foot Cream contain urea?
No, Heel Rescue Foot Cream does not contain urea.
Does the Heel Rescue Foot Cream contain microbeads?
No Heel Rescue Foot Cream does not contain microbeads.
What are the parabens in Heel Rescue Foot Cream for?
Parabens are among the most commonly used preservatives in cosmetic products. Chemically, parabens are esters of p-hydroxybenzoic acid. The most common parabens used in cosmetic products are methylparaben, propylparaben, and butylparaben. Typically, more than one paraben is used in a product, and they are often used in combination with other types of preservatives to provide preservation against a broad range of microorganisms. The use of mixtures of parabens allows the use of lower levels while increasing preservative activity.
Why are preservatives used in cosmetics?
Preservatives may be used in cosmetics to protect them against microbial growth, both to protect consumers and to maintain product integrity. Current FDA opinion is there is no reason for consumers to be concerned about the presence of parabens in cosmetic or skincare products.