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All of Intelligel products are washable and reusable, cushion and protect, and conform to any shape and they condition the skin.

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The Gel Story

Intelligel’s viscoelastic properties allow it to move with the skin, absorbing shear forces, pressure and friction, while it gradually diffuses a medical grade mineral oil to moisturize, lubricate and soften the skin. The gel is clear, non-toxic, hypoallergenic, dermatologically tested and does not support bacterial growth.

All of Intelligel products are washable and reusable, cushion and protect, and conform to any shape and they condition the skin. Once you experience the soothing comfort, cushioning and moisturization of Intelligel products, we are sure you will want to join us and our growing list of satisfied customers as we continue to develop exciting and innovative products!

Warning: Product should be removed for several hours daily in order to allow the skin to breathe. Do not place over an open wound. If irritation, discomfort or circulatory problems occur, discontinue use and notify physician immediately. KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN AND PETS. Printed & packaged in Canada.

A-Line Healthcare Products Medical Tips

Diabetic patients are prone to foot infections. Healing is affected by changes in extremities of blood vessels and decreased circulation. Gangrene development, infection of cuts and sores is common. Often, the limb has to be amputated. So here are some of the common precautions that can be followed for better foot health:

  • Check your feet daily for redness or any type of irritation. For those tough-to-see areas, use a mirror or ask someone to assist you.

  • Keep your feet clean by washing them daily, using warm water and mild soap. Dry thoroughly, especially between the toes to prevent fungal infection.

  • When trimming toenails, cut them straight across and be sure not to leave sharp edges that might cut other toes. Seek the assistance of a foot care professional if toenails are too thick to cut with a toenail clipper.

  • Protect feet by wearing shoes that fit properly as ill-fitted shoes are the source of most minor foot problems.

  • Buy shoes that are made of cotton or leather. Their natural fibers allow feet to breathe. Alternate shoes daily to allow them to air out and dry.

  • Wear shoes and protective socks at ALL times.

  • See your foot care specialist or physician if a wound, blister or skin irritation is not healing in a proper and timely manner.

  • Never go barefoot indoors or out. A splinter, shard of glass or a small scrape can turn into an emergency for a person with diabetes.

  • Avoid soaking feet. Soaking can dry them out and crack the skin. Cracked skin can lead to infection.

  • Try not to cross legs when sitting. Unrestricted blood flow to the feet is very important at all times.

  • Never break-in a new pair of shoes. Shoes should fit comfortably from the start. Shoes should be purchased in the early evening when feet are at their largest.
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