Rough, dry skin in the feet is one of the most common foot problems. A good foot care routine should include regular moisturizing. If you’re looking for a good quality foot cream then CCS is a popular choice.
AS well as being used and recommended by podiatry professionals for over 10 years the CCS Swedish foot cream is an effective and popular general foot care cream for treating hard dry rough skin.
Like any good foot cream CCS is an effective moisturizer ideal for sustaining the correct condition of the skin on your feet. Helping you manage and eliminate dry rough skin. Used in conjunction with a hard skin remover it can be an effective treatment plan.
Produced in the Scandinavian country of Sweden CCS has been sold successfully worldwide.
Directions for use: Initially apply cream twice daily to dry skin and then just massage into your feet as often as required. Consistent use will keep the skin on your feet soft, smooth and in good condition.
TOP TIP – Try putting the cream on first thing in the morning and last thing at night to help you get into a set routine that’s easy to follow.
What sizes does CCS come in?
10ml trial tube, these are rare but some suppliers may have them available, you can maybe get the odd one free but you may have to pay for quantities.
A popular favourite for people trying CCS for the first time. It’s enough for regular use to see if it works for you without much left over. People are generally happy with CCS.
If your looking to treat really stubborn hard skin on your heels specifically then CCS Heel balm cream is a good choice. It has a higher concentration of urea the main active ingredient.
The 175ml CCS cream is just a larger version of the popular 60ml. If your starting to use it regularly or just want a larger tube for an extended vacation then this is the ideal size.
We’ve deliberatly added the 1KG tub as it’s the best value for money for regular users. The pump mechanism is great and a real help. It gives you a measured amount of cream.
If your not sure if CCS Cream is for you then getting the sample or trial 10 ml tube can be a great way of giving it a try. The 60 and 175 ml are great for a mild or in frequent use. The 1Kg Tub is ideal for more regular use: an effective product at an affordable price.
What is CCS made from?
- Aqua Paraffinum
- Liquidum Glycerin
- Cetyl Alcohol
- Stearyl Alcohol
- Myrtrimonium Bromide
- Benzalkonium Chloride
- Lactic Acid
- Eucalyptus Globulus
Is there anyone who shouldn’t use CCS Cream?
The CCS range utilises Urea (100% synthetic) which some people can be allergic too at varying concentrations. CCS uses stable fats as the emollient, and is simple to apply, requiring only clean dry skin; no other preparation is required.
The CCS creams are hypoallergenic, and as such are recommended for use by Diabetics. As with any product it’s best to treat it with care.
How to get the best from CCS foot cream?
As with any good footcare routine, using a moisturizing cream on a regular basis will really help. If you experience really hard skin then use the Scholl pedi hard skin remover and finish with massaging in CCS foot cream, although CCS doesn’t need to be used with a hard skin remover, this just improves the process. Over time the cream will return the foot skin to its optimal state. Check out our hard skin remover guide.
Leave your feet feeling smooth and soft. ccs foot cream.