International Fellowship of Rotarian Physicians

We are a global group in 20 countries with good networking through a Google group. We are mostly doctors, but also have members in other health related professions such as hospital administration, nursing etc. We tend to support local health initiatives with our hands on efforts. Some groups undertake regular volunteering in overseas countries in specific hospitals in Africa and South America.

This International Fellowship of Rotarian Physicians wishes to make an endeavor to spread good health and happiness across the globe. They do their best by spreading awareness about simple tasks like maintaining hygiene which form the basis of good health. These physicians are aware that when it comes to personal hygiene often people take it for granted and avoid visiting a doctor or a pharmacy.

In today’s stress full times, almost everything is performance based with immense pressure on almost everyone. In order to achieve goals and perform better, people often ignore themselves. People do not remember that taking care of themselves is more important than achieving professional goals.

This often gives rise to ignored and untreated conditions, especially skin conditions. With long hours wearing socks or dealing with water or any such chores often gives rise to skin infections particularly in the hands and feet. These most commonly are fungal infections that one can find between fingers and toes and even on the nails. Bad odor emanating from the feet is yet another effect of neglecting personal health.

The result could be a continuous itch around the affected area, and may even progress or lead to other complications that include asthma, diabetes mellitus etc. Almost every affected person is aware that they need to seek help, but visiting a doctor or a pharmacy is something they dread. Often people wish to look out for some easy solution that can be made available within the comforts of their home. And this is where Fresh Fingers comes into play.

It is a simple easy to use solution that can be used as a precautionary measure as well as treat existing skin conditions. Its ingredients make sure your skin infections are erased out and you get back your soft, supple and healthy looking skin. Also, the fresh fragrance helps combat the bad odor from your feet too.

The main components of Fresh Fingers include:

  • Climbazole: This component plays an important role in reducing the fungal infection in the affected area. It is also a key ingredient that helps in the reducing of the severe itching that comes along with toes and nail infections.
  • Farsenol: It is important in killing the bacterial growth in the affected area. It is usually a bacterial growth that gives rise to unpleasant odors. And so with this component, one can be rest assured that the bad odor coming from the feet will be a thing of the past. It also helps in blocking the sweat glands which also sometimes add to the infected condition.
  • Vitamin E: Is required for maintaining healthy skin of the feet and hands. It is helpful in shedding the crusted and dead skin and regeneration of healthy skin tissue.
  • Essential oils: This provides a cooling effect on the skin. Also, essential oils provide that fresh pleasant smell that not just stop the skin from smelling bad but also help it to feel clean and fresh.

Fresh Fingers can be applied to almost all common skin infections and conditions of the hands and feet that tend to distress a person who lacks the time to treat it. Use Fresh Fingers for conditions that include:

  • When the skin is dull and dry and needs refreshing
  • Between the space of the toes and fingers, without any scabs or scales
  • Redness
  • Itching or irritation of skin
  • Flaking of the nails of the toes or fingers.

Using Fresh Fingers is very easy, as it is available as a deodorant that can be directly applied to the affected area.

Ordering it is also simple, as it is available on the website with some attractive discounts.

 

We undertake health promotion and health screening in Conferences and particularly at RI Conventions.

 
2008 Conventions LA
 
US Health Camp
 
IFRP -Kolkata Chapter