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3 Powerful Secrets “Turn Back the Clock” for Sore Legs and Feet

When it comes to anti-aging, your legs and feet get short shrift. There are thousands of anti-aging products for your face. At least hundreds for your hands. But far fewer for your hard-working legs and feet.

Prepare to end that drought. Because we’ve loaded three surprisingly powerful anti-aging secrets into Dr. Jeffrey’s Leg & Foot Soothe.

You won’t find any of the usual suspects here. We dug deep into the science to bring you surprisingly effective relief from the effects of time and wear.

An Ancient Secret With a Modern Twist

The Pilgrims barely survived their first year in the New World. The Plymouth colony would have failed without help from Native Americans. The Indians shared their food, their survival skills, and their medicines with the newcomers.

One remedy that caught on quickly was witch hazel. Its soothing properties made it perfect for all sorts of skin problems – from bug bites to rashes and minor wounds.

Even today, you’ll find witch hazel in every drug store… and in most grocery stores’ personal care aisles.

But it’s only been in the last couple of decades we’ve taken a close look at witch hazel’s effectiveness. And we’re finding the Native Americans were right.

For example, Spanish doctors tested the antioxidant power of witch hazel. They found it’s a potent antioxidant. Plus, they discovered witch hazel blocks division of some abnormal skin cells.1

A 2011 study in The Journal of Inflammation confirmed another benefit. In this study, lowered levels of a cell – IL-8 – that promotes soreness and swelling. They also found witch hazel blocks elastase, an enzyme that breaks down a key structural protein.2

In 2010, doctors in Germany showed witch hazel defends against skin damage from ultraviolet light. They also say it can block the effects of aging on skin.3

Another German team report on a 10% witch hazel lotion. Applying the lotion to volunteers’ sore skin lowered redness and swelling up to 27%.4

Finally, in 2014, Swiss researchers tested a witch hazel shampoo on people with sensitive scalp. It effectively eased the volunteers’ sore scalp. And most users rated it highly.5

That’s not bad for home remedy best known as a skin toner. Now let’s look at a common vegetable with a similar reputation.

This Veggie Fights Aging Skin from the Outside

Eating plenty of fruits and vegetables fights the effects of age. But one veggie works on the outside, too.

You’ve probably seen the cliché of cucumber slices on a woman’s eyes. Spas love this treatment because cucumber is astringent. That is, it temporarily tightens up the skin.

According to researchers in India, it can do a lot more for your skin…

  • It’s an effective moisturizer
  • It helps ease minor skin irritations
  • It calms swelling
  • It helps you shed old, dead skin cells
  • It defends against sun damage6

A 2009 study found cucumber has antioxidant and anti-aging properties. The authors point out plant chemicals – called polyphenols – in cucumber provide defenses against UV rays.7

Cucumber may be an afterthought in your salad, but it shouldn’t be for your skin. Especially for your overworked feet and legs.

Now let’s look at an anti-aging herb you may not have heard of.

Meet “the Miracle from the Mediterranean”

Rockrose is a hardy herb that grows throughout the Mediterranean region. It’s barely known in the U.S. But it’s a potent addition to Dr. Jeffrey’s Leg & Foot Soothe.

For instance, a 2007 study showed the essential oil of rockrose kills a wide range of bacteria.8

In 2016, Middle Eastern doctors reported the herb’s essential oil helps ease pain and fights swelling and soreness.9

One good reason rockrose may be so good for your skin: It’s loaded with an antioxidant called kaempferol.

In 2014, an international research team showed that kaempferol blocks UV damage that can lead to skin aging and abnormal cell growth.10

And a 2015 article in Dermatology News referenced more than a dozen studies to show kaempferol…

  • Helps soothe sore, red skin
  • Promotes repair of burns
  • Serves as a potent antioxidant
  • Fights skin damage caused by sun exposure
  • Is an effective all-round anti-aging agent11

So you can probably see why we included rockrose in Dr. Jeffrey’s Leg & Foot Soothe.

But these 3 anti-aging factors are just the beginning. Because Dr. Jeffrey’s Leg & Foot Soothe contains more than two dozen nutrients designed to ease sore, tired feet and legs… promote repair of damaged skin… and defend your often-overlooked legs and feet from the effects of time and wear.

The Who’s Who of Skin Repair

Dr. Jeffrey’s Leg & Foot Soothe is loaded with moisturizers, pain relievers, antioxidants and so much more. For instance, there’s…

  • Aloe vera to promote healing, moisturize, and soften skin.
  • Peppermint and lavender essential oils to soothe sore legs and feet.
  • Tea tree oil as an antiseptic and anti-fungal. It fights foot odor, too.
  • Allantoin to soften, smooth, and moisturize.
  • Glycerin to soften and help hold in moisture.

Plus many other carefully selected ingredients. Dr. Jeffrey’s Leg & Foot Soothe reads like a Who’s Who of skin repair.

And now you can try it for yourself with no risk. But before I tell you how… I’d like to mention one other benefit.

Put a Lid on Annoying “Pins and Needles”

Among mature adults, there’s a growing problem with “pins and needles” – and other uncomfortable sensations. Sometimes, it’s downright painful.

These sensations are often triggered by nerve damage… and ordinary relief measures can barely touch them.

That’s another reason you’ll find natural essential oils in Dr. Jeffrey’s Leg & Foot Soothe. Because research shows elements in these oils – especially peppermint oil – can make a difference.

Peppermint oil is the source of menthol. Studies show the cooling action of menthol enhances the body’s natural defenses, calming damaged, over-sensitive nerves.12

Dr. Jeffrey’s Leg & Foot Soothe isn’t just another moisturizer. It’s a complete anti-aging solution for your legs and feet.

And, as I mentioned, you can try it out for yourself, risk-free.

Imagine showing off your “new” legs and feet. Wearing shorts and sandals again without a care. Getting back that old spring in your step. Soft, smooth skin that invites your special someone to reach out and touch your legs and feet again.

And finally getting relief from the aggravation of that pins-and-needles feeling.

All in just a couple of minutes a day.

Maximum Relief – Guaranteed

We’re so sure you’ll love Dr. Jeffrey’s Leg & Foot Soothe, we’ll make you this offer:

Place an order. Try it out for yourself. You’ll be thrilled with the results, or we’ll refund the purchase price (less shipping).

And don’t worry about feeling pressure to make up your mind. Because you’ll have plenty of time. A full year, in fact.

That’s because all our supplements are covered by our exclusive 365-day satisfaction guarantee. So whether you order one bottle or several, you’ll have plenty of time to see the ingredients in Dr. Jeffrey’s Leg & Foot Soothe do their magic.

How can we be so confident? Because we use it ourselves. We haven’t just seen the results. We’ve experienced them. Dr. Jeffrey’s Leg & Foot Soothe is a big hit around here.

Are you ready to “turn the clock back” on your legs and feet? Are you ready to get rid of the weariness, the soreness, and the dry, cracked skin? To feel like your younger self again?

Now’s your chance.

Anti-Aging Power, Pain Relief… and Substantial Savings

Leg & Foot SootheDr. Jeffrey’s Leg & Foot Soothe is loaded with anti-aging ingredients. Ingredients that can ease the pain caused by wear and time. Plus, you can enjoy substantial savings right now.

That’s the only way we could think of to make Dr. Jeffrey’s Leg & Foot Soothe any better. So we’re offering up to 20% off when you order multiple bottles.

Save from 10% on a 2- or 3-month supply… all the way up to 20% savings on a 6-month supply. Plus we pay the shipping when you order 4 bottles or more (within the continental U.S.).

And no matter how much – or how little – you order, you’re covered by our exclusive full-year guarantee.

So why wait? Give your overworked legs and feet the break they deserve. Order Dr. Jeffrey’s Leg & Foot Soothe today.

Yours in continued good health,

The Best Life Herbals Wellness Team


The statements contained herein have not been evaluated by the US Food and Drug Administration. They are not intended to diagnose, treat, prevent or cure any disease.

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