Diabetes and the VA Canteens

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There are 21.8 million veterans living in America today.  One in four or nearly 5.5 million of them are living with diabetes. Diabetes can often lead to additional health concerns like gum disease, poor vision and poor circulation.  Poor circulation is one of the most common concerns and may cause extremely dry, damaged skin on extremities, especially lower legs and feet.  Severely dry skin can result in wounds and sores that do not heal and become aggravated and inflamed. Left untreated, wounds and sores may worsen and, in some cases can lead to the amputation of toes and feet.

Prevention is the best ways to avoid excessively dry skin due to diabetes.  Neoteric Diabetic Advanced Healing Cream soothes rough dry skin, improves circulation and increases blood flow when applied to the skin.

On Your FeetClinically proven and patented, an oxygenated oil is the key ingredient.  Oxygen helps increase blood flow to affected areas.  Increased blood flow helps to promote healing and the rich formula soothes rough, dry damaged skin.

Now available in Veteran Canteens nationwide, Neoteric Diabetic Advanced Healing Cream costs less than $10 and can be the difference between pain and relief for those living with extremely dry skin due to diabetes.  As we enter fall and cold dry winter days lie ahead, now is a great time to start a preventive care program.  FB_Noeterictube

Look for Neoteric Diabetic Advanced Healing Cream the next time you or a loved one are at the VA Canteen. Visit  http://www.neotericcosmetics.com/advanced-healing-cream/ for more information

Neoteric Diabetic products would like to thank the millions who have served and their families for their time, dedication and sacrifices they have made to protect this great country.

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About Barbara Goldstein

I am the Director of Corporate Communications for Scott's Liquid Gold and Neoteric Cosmetics. I am the third generation to work in this family business founded and based in Denver, CO. We will celebrate our 6oth anniversary in 2011.
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