Kerasal has long been trusted by podiatrists and dermatologists for softening even the roughest, driest feet and repairing the worst cracked heels.
First developed and sold in Europe and then later in Canada, Kerasal Foot Cream eventually made its way to the United Stated in 1996. With three clinically studies demonstrating fast and effective results, podiatrists began to dispense Kerasal for their offices, preferring it over prescription foot creams.
By 2001 Kerasal had become famous among podiatrists, who had now begun selling the foot care product from their offices. In fact, Kerasal was so popular among podiatrists, that it became known as the “podiatrists’ brand.”
In 2003 Kerasal was launched to the mass retail market. Millions of Americans were invited to take the Kerasal Challenge – trying Kerasal on one foot for five days and then comparing to the other. Word of the amazing results spread quickly, and the phrase “softens even the roughest, driest feet” became synonymous with Kerasal.
In 2006 the American Podiatric Medical Association decided to honor Kerasal with its seal of approval, which is reserved only for the most effective and trusted products.
In 2007, spurred by the recommendation of Ron Culp, head trainer of the Miami Heat, NBA teams began using Kerasal to soften players’ calluses and cracked heels.
Today, Kerasal stands alone as America’s most trusted brand for softening the roughest, driest feet. Those who’ve tried it swear by it. We invite you to become part of Kerasal’s rich and exciting history! Pick up a tube of Kerasal in your neighborhood drug, food or mass merchandise stores, or contact us for a free sample.