Today we review a product called Goodsense Athlete’s Foot Cream. What the manufacturer tried to do with this product is to make it non-staining and greaseless. The product was formulated to relieve itching and burning that athlete’s foot causes. The product is also said to provide relief from jock itch and ringworm.
What’s in Goodsense Athlete’s Foot Cream?
The active ingredient that you will find in the product is Clotrimazole. Health experts use the product to remedy skin infections such as athlete’s foot, ringworm and jock itch. The product should contain Undecylenic Acid 25% USP, which is the strongest potency. The manufacturer did not stipulate that this product contains Undecylenic Acid.
How Do You Use Goodsense Athlete’s Foot Cream?
Consult a physician before using the product to ensure you do not experience side effects. The first instruction that the manufacturer stated is that you wash the affected area. Then, you need to dry the affected area. You should apply a thin layer of the product over the affected area in the morning and at night. The manufacturer recommended that you use the product daily for 4 weeks.
We checked for the price on the manufacturer’s website but could not find the price of the product. Then, we searched for the product on Amazon and saw that the manufacturer had listed it as ‘unavailable.’ We could not find any information about the shipping of the product, either.
Is There a Guarantee?
No, the manufacturer did not offer a money-back guarantee for the product. When consumers buy the product, they stand a chance of losing their money. Consumers who do not see results from the product cannot return it to the manufacturer and had wasted their money. The manufacturer deliberately omits a guarantee from the product to prohibit consumers from claiming their money back.
The Conclusion of Our Goodsense Athlete’s Foot Cream Review
Since we reviewed the product thoroughly, we can make several conclusions. We saw that the manufacturer had made a few mistakes with this product. The manufacturer made the product to relieve itching and burning that athlete’s foot causes. The product also provides relief from jock itch and ringworm. One of the big flaws in the product is that the manufacturer had not stated the price of the product. We checked on the official website, and the manufacturer had not stipulated the price. Then, we checked on Amazon and saw that the manufacturer had listed the product as ‘unavailable.’ That means consumers are not demanding the product; hence the manufacturer has not made it available. The product does not have a satisfaction guarantee. Consumers who purchase the product stand a chance of losing their money as they cannot claim a refund if the product does not work. The manufacturer will do that to prevent consumers from requesting a refund. We found several consumers who were dissatisfied with the results they saw in the product.