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It knocks out bacteria and stops inflammation.


ani_speaker.gif (3353 bytes) John has athlete's foot.  His girlfriend Jenny recommends he use a cream to knock out the bacteria on his foot.
John: My toes feel very itchy.  It's really irritating.  I don't know what's happening.
Jenny: Let me take a look.  Ah-huh, I think you have athlete's foot.
John: What are you talking about?  I'm not an athlete!
Jenny: Come on, John, stop joking.  You'd better take care of it before it gets worse.  Imagine you have pus gushing out and rashes all over your legs....
John: Stop it, "Dr." Jenny. 
Jenny: OK, OK.  I guess I've got some cream for it.  It really fixes skin in trouble.  It's really a help for irritations and blemishes. 
John: Is it this one?
Jenny: Not really.  That one is for heat burns.
John: Have you had athlete's foot before?
Jenny: Yeah. It was a very bad experience.  You know, if you don't keep your feet dry and clean, the fungus will grow and spread out quickly.
John: So my case isn't that bad, huh? 
Jenny: You're lucky. Yeah, here it is.  Now apply it to the affected areas.  This cream is very effective in clearing out bacteria and stopping inflammation from developing. 

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