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Sore Fingers?

Jul 1, 1995

We all know what daily finger pokes do to our hands. Sore, cracked, calloused skin can be a way of life. Common creams often do not help, as they are not designed to care for our special needs.

Can-Am Care Corporation of Chazy, N.Y. has announced the release of its latest diabetes-related product. Formulated for Fingers moisturizer was developed especially for the unique needs of the person with diabetes. It contains Australian Tea Tree Oil, a pure, simple oil known to Australians for its soothing qualities. Formulated for Fingers comes in 4 ounce squeezable bottles, and the recommended retail price is $9.99.

Ask your doctor or pharmacist about Formulated for Fingers, or call Can-Am Care at (800) 461-7448.


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