Skin Repair & Pain Relief Lotion For Peripheral Neuropathy At Bammel Pharmacy

Mar 15, 2024

Diabetic neuropathy is one of the most common complications of diabetes – and finally there’s a topical solution for both the pain and the skin damage, at Budget Pharmacy in Spring, Texas.

Have you been experiencing seemingly inexplicable numbness, tingling, prickling, or even pain in your feet or hands or legs? And maybe you've noticed that the skin on your hands or feet is getting really dry and itchy. If you suffer from diabetes, these could be symptoms of peripheral nerve pain - unfortunately a common complication of diabetes.

The first step is, of course, to visit your physician and see how you can better manage your diabetes; the second step is to look for natural, over-the-counter (OTC) solutions for peripheral neuropathy.

I have some good news for you on that front and we'll talk about it more in a bit, but first... why does peripheral neuropathy develop, and how common is it?

Diabetes & Peripheral Neuropathy

Diabetes is still one of the most common health conditions in the US - with 38.4 million Americans suffering from diabetes, according to the latest data from the CDC.

Now, not all of these people will develop peripheral neuropathy, but approximately 50% will - it's one of the most common complications, which can be prevented with proper care. A healthy lifestyle and consistent management of your blood sugar levels are your best bet to avoid peripheral neuropathy.

High blood sugar levels cause peripheral nerve pain by damaging the nerves and weakening the walls of small blood vessels which supply nerves with oxygen and nutrients.

If you're already experiencing the symptoms - you should still absolutely do everything your doctor says to do to manage your blood sugar levels - but you can also get some relief from nerve pain and repair your skin with a natural solution, like the K5 lotion.

Never heard of it? Here's a brief introduction...

K5 Neuropathy Relief + Skin Repair Lotion

While most products on the market are either designed to relieve pain or soothe the skin, the K5 lotion does both - that's probably why they called it the Neuropathy Relief + Skin Repair lotion (duh!).

How does it do it? Well, with the right mix of natural ingredients, of course. That's why it's available over the counter - it has no potentially harmful ingredients and it's designed specifically for sensitive skin.

The K5 lotion consists of seven main ingredients:

  • Zinc - essential in the production of new cells and the functioning of skin membranes;
  • Magnesium - aids protein synthesis and cellular replication;
  • Copper - promotes the production of collagen and elastin;
  • Iron - maintains the health and vibrancy of the skin;
  • Ceramides - lipid molecules which moisturize and firm the skin;
  • Citrulline - supports blood flow and the delivery of nutrients and oxygen to the skin.

The K5 lotion has already helped both diabetes and peripheral vascular disease (PVD) patients - so you won't be rolling the dice here. It's safe and effective - just make sure to follow the instructions given by the pharmacist.

What Can the K5 Lotion Help You With?

The K5 formula includes over 25 vitamins and minerals - all of which are proven to help with skin health and neuropathy relief. It can alleviate the symptoms of common issues diabetics deal with, such as:

  • severely dry skin,
  • hyperkeratotic skin,
  • diabetic ulcers,
  • neuropathy pain, and
  • edema.

And it's like... cream only. It's not a pill you need to take, which is great news for anyone with compromised circulation.

If you're interested in trying the lotion, you can get yours at Budget Pharmacy in Spring, Texas. And if you're in the 30-mile radius, you can even get it delivered to your home address.

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