Hi, I am nursing my 13 month old daughter and have read in numerous places that urea is not safe for breast feeding mothers. I have issues with my feet. They are quite calloused, 18 years of wearing high heels, and sports throughout my childhood. Nothing I use seems to work to break down the callous and heal my severe dry skin. The podiatrist I saw gave me an RX for 40% urea but I have been nervous to use. Our daughter has some really rough irritated patches of severely dry skin on her chin and some cracking on her big toes just below her fatty little pad. Nothing I use seems to work. I found your webiste after our pediatrician suggested 1% otc hydrocortisone cream for her toes. Just after 2 days of using it, her toe seems to be peeling more where it is cracked. In terms of her face I have been using natural products but doesn't seem to touch the dry skin patches on her face as well as on her body. But the patch on her face is the worst! Do you have any information on the safety of your products with urea while I am breastfeeding and for our daughters skin (dry issues)?
Thank you-Steffanie D. - Colorado, USA
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