Gold Bond Foot

Last Update May 5, 2016
Gold Bond Foot is a skin medication.
Uses: Gold Bond Foot is approved for Rash and Skin Irritation and is mostly mentioned together with these indications. Read More
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Last Update May 5, 2016
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What people say about Gold Bond Foot

Positive 40 "I don't currently have any on hand, (I picked up some of the Gold Bond foot cream which seems to be working nicely), but it did a great job of moisturizing, softening and refreshing."Read more positive discussions
Negative 4 "I have gotten a number of foot reflexology massages, which are great and I don't feel any pain from them, but the second I slip my shoes on and sit down the pain is back. ...Ibuprofen hasn't helped but I... "Read more negative discussions
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Facts about Gold Bond Foot

What does Gold Bond Foot treat?
Alcohol warning on Gold Bond Foot
There may be a negative interaction between Gold Bond Foot and alcohol.
How do I obtain Gold Bond Foot?
Over the counter (no prescription needed)
What dosages are available?
Aerosol: 1%
Ingredients
Menthol/Dimethicone/Aloe Vera/Vitamin E Acetate, Corn Starch/Kaolin/Zinc Oxide, Pramoxine Hcl/Menthol, Menthol/Zinc Oxide
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