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Scholl Advance athletes foot cream - was 4.99 NOW 93P @ Tesco !

£0.93 @ Tesco
Not for everybody but hope someone can make use of it. I noticed this deal instore at my local Tesco's. "New Scholl Advance athletes foot cream - was 4.99 NOW 93P!" I've never used it but notic… Read More
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8y, 2m agoFound 8 years, 2 months ago
Not for everybody but hope someone can make use of it.
I noticed this deal instore at my local Tesco's.

"New Scholl Advance athletes foot cream - was 4.99 NOW 93P!"

I've never used it but noticed the reduction and thought it might be useful for someone on here.

I took a photo of it on my phone but cannot upload at the mo (at work).
If anybody needs it then i'll try and upload this evening.
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#1
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Scholl Advance Athletes Foot Cream caontains an antifungal ingredient which is clinically proven to treat Athletes Foot effectively. It also provides long lasting protection.

Directions:
Apply the cream thinly to affected areas once or twice a day and rub in gently.
Use for one week.

Contents:
Scholl Advance Athletes Foot Cream contains Terbinafine Hydrochloride 75mg (1% w/w). It also contains sodium hydroxide, benzyl alcohol, sorbitan stearate, cetyl palmitate, cetylalcohol, stearyl alcohol, polysorbate 60, isopropyl myristate and purified water.
#2
Yep, that's the one lol.

Thanks for the info :)
#3
Why are people voting cold?

How can an item reduced from 4.99 to 93P be bad?

I have never used the item and didn't buy it but took note of it cos i thought it might be of some use to people on here
#4
magough
Why are people voting cold?

How can an item reduced from 4.99 to 93P be bad?

I have never used the item and didn't buy it but took note of it cos i thought it might be of some use to people on here


Makes you wonder why you bother sometimes.:x If someone has no interest in an item, I think they get a wee thrill hitting the cold tab. Don't let the bugrs grind you down :thumbsup:
#5
AD959
Makes you wonder why you bother sometimes.:x :thumbsup:


I know m8, makes you think, what is the point!!
#6
I think the problem is that they make it too easy for someone to vote cold.
They should make it so that you have to write a reason if you vote cold!
#7
It is the same active ingredient as Lamisil

Dirt cheap if you can get it!
I have read quotes before that suggest something like 35% of men have athletes foot at any one time, in any case, it is a lot, so it is potentially a bargain for a huge number of people!
#8
nihcaj
It is the same active ingredient as Lamisil

Dirt cheap if you can get it!
I have read quotes before that suggest something like 35% of men have athletes foot at any one time, in any case, it is a lot, so it is potentially a bargain for a huge number of people!


Might get a can at this price then...just in case :thumbsup:
#9
[FONT="Comic Sans MS"][SIZE="4"]Hot like a rash and should be spreadin' fast.....heat added!! :thumbsup:[/SIZE][/FONT]
#10
People are voting cold because they wouldn't buy this stuff - why would you? Theres nowt like a good itch of your athletes foot. It is the most satisfying thing apart from th obvious of course. I've had it for 20 years and it comes and goes but when it is in need of a good itch.....what a feeling. People with it know exactly what I mean!

Personally I have added heat to it as it's a heck of a bargain.
#11
Jonatsta
People are voting cold because they wouldn't buy this stuff .....
Personally I have added heat to it as it's a heck of a bargain.



EXACTLY!
You've added heat cos it's a bargain .... bargain = HOT deal no?

I wouldn't buy this and didn't, when i saw it but i thought it was a hot deal hence me posting it on here :)
banned#12
Always though athlete's foot was for lazy people with dirty sweaty feet. No substitute for regular washing and a good scrub with a pumice stone
#13
zekespah
Always though athlete's foot was for lazy people with dirty sweaty feet. No substitute for regular washing and a good scrub with a pumice stone

...and I thought if I stuck a feather in the ground that it would grow a chicken !
#14
zekespah
Always though athlete's foot was for lazy people with dirty sweaty feet. No substitute for regular washing and a good scrub with a pumice stone


The most common reason for athlete's foot is actually not drying your feet properly after a shower/bath.
#15
I'm beginning to see the cracks in this deal:roll:
#16
jurassic
I'm beginning to see the cracks in this deal:roll:

which prompts the question, 'any good for jock itch?'
#17
zekespah;4779067
Always though athlete's foot was for lazy people with dirty sweaty feet. No substitute for regular washing and a good scrub with a pumice stone


I would think that's a good way of GETTING it! Soften the skin, irritate & scratch it, the fungus will love that!
#18
AD959;4779600
which prompts the question, 'any good for jock itch?'


Probably, but sprays and powder type formulations might be better after short initial use as creams are greasier and messy.
#19
None at Birmingham Aston Lane. Good price if your store has them. Heat added.
#20
best thing for athletes foot is when having a shower wee on your feet, i know its disgusting but works better than any creams you can buy and its free.

good thing for itchy bollxxxs is cannestan thrush cream apply once a week.
#21
zekespah;4779067
Always though athlete's foot was for lazy people with dirty sweaty feet. No substitute for regular washing and a good scrub with a pumice stone


:-D Total bollo**s.

Affects very clean feet just as much. Most people don't treat the infection long enough. You need to continue applying the cream for a couple of weeks after it has all gone. Yep, cream messy but better at treating the problem, then you can occasionally use the talc or spray at the first sign of the fungus again
#22
That is correct.
It's all to do with not drying between your toes properly, that's how you get it.
#23
fantastic deal even if you dont buy it, its worth mention because someone might buy it hot hot hot!:)

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