Foot Calluses

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Foot calluses are toughening of the skin on the bottom of the feet, heels and toes, also as a result of pressure to the foot from exercise or shoes that don’t fit. Calluses are unattractive, and left untreated, can crack and cause pain and discomfort. With consistent foot care, you can begin to minimize or even eliminate foot calluses.

Of all the many ways to beautify your feet, this is probably the easiest place to start! There many ways to deal with this condition….you may consider trimming, shaving, or sanding foot calluses, or the use of exfoliating foot creams and pumice. The best way to avoid having them at all or keep them from returning is to wear shoes that fit, socks that cushion feet and let them breathe during athletics, and to maintain a regular foot care regimen.

There are many excellent foot creams that will help with this quickly. Apply to your feet at night and cover with light cotton socks while you sleep. Scrub them with a stiff brush in the shower, and you’ll be amazed at how quickly your feet will look and feel softer and smoother!

Bothered by corns, calluses and bunions? Browse our website for ugly feet for more information, support and suggestions for learning to love your feet!

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