Treat Yellow Toe Nail Fungus and Get Summer Feet Back Into Shape for Fall

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With high heel season around the corner, experts at Barielle reveal care tips for dry cracked feet and unsightly toe fungus

Barielle, the leader in nail, hand and foot care products, announced their top tips to care for dry cracked feet and yellow toe nail fungus as summer has ended. While people stop wearing sandals and begin putting on heels, Barielle offers simple and proven treatments too many common problems people face with their skin. The company has been selling popular nail, hand and foot care products for over 35 years making them a staple in the cosmetic industry.

Tips from experts on caring for dry cracked feet and yellow toe nail fungus include:
# Exfoliate your feet 2-3 times a week using a product with botanical extracts and vitamins clearing away the flakiness from the soles
# Soften unwanted calluses and build up with Aloe, Urea, and Vitamin E.
# Soften toe nails before cutting to allow for a smooth cut
# Use a Fungus Rx treatment 2-3 times a day to help stop the spread of bacteria in the nail

"Many people wear sandals for the entire summer exposing their feet to all the elements of different surfaces which can damage skin cells making for rough callused heels, and unattractive toe nails," said Mark Pollock, President of Barielle.

About Barielle
Barielle has become one of the leading nail, hand and foot care product companies around the globe. They are a company that began with a unique approach to treating, protecting and maintaining nails and preventing yellow toe nail fungus. Barielle has stood apart in its dedication to delivering and maintaining quality products with visible results for truly healthy and beautiful nails, hands and feet. Barielle uses safe, effective and natural ingredients including Keratin, Protein, Vitamins, and Oil and Plant Extracts. Absolutely none of Barielle's creams and lacquers contains formaldehyde, toluene or dibutyl-phthalate (DBP), ingredients that are harsh irritants. For more information, please visit .

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