Dr. Scholl’s Introduces New Amputation Kit for Dry, Cracked Feet

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PARSIPPANY, NJ — Dr. Scholl’s on Tuesday introduced a new amputation kit for dry, cracked feet, to highlight the product’s ability to not only treat but also prevent the condition. “When moisturizing foot balms and creams just do not do the trick, grab Dr. Scholl’s brand new foot amputation kit for dry and damaged skin that cannot be repaired,” said CEO Craig Stevenson, who revealed that the 12-piece kit came . with a trephine, a pair of bone tongs, a bone saw, a leather tourniquet, scissors, tweezers, a thick piece of wood to bite into, several knives and a butane torch. Cracked heels hurt, make it difficult to walk, and it can take weeks to heal on its own. Dr. Scholl’s Foot Amputation Kit makes dry feet go away. You never know when dry skin will hit, so buy an extra one “To put in your purse or store in your desk drawer. We also encourage customers to check out our new line of Dr. Scholl’s branded whiskeys for downing before you sift through your meat.” At the time of the press release, Stevenson added that the company was not responsible for any infections, bleeding or other medical complications.


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