Hard Skin On Feet?
Hard Skin On Feet: This hard skin can appear as a big thick callus or even pin-point corns. Calluses are wide, corns are deep and painful.
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Do Have Thick Hard Skin On Your Feet?
Say Yes To Hard Skin On Feet If You Have:
- Hard skin on the feet exists mostly on the heels, ball of the foot, the big toe and 5th toe.
- Hard skin is usually calluses and corns
- Corns are deep pinpoint “pebble-like masses”.
- Calluses can cover your heels and ball of the foot.
- Calluses can be cracked.
Say No To Hard Skin On Feet If You Have:
- If you have dry feet without thick hard skin.
- If you have an itchy rash without thick hard skin.
- If you have redness, itching or an open sore.
- If you have skin peeling.
- Any bump, lumps or discolorations.
- Any toenail problems.
What Causes Hard Skin On Feet?
- Hard skin on the feet almost always develops due to increased pressure.
- Just like a callus hand form on a finger, it can on your feet.
- The more pressure and friction your feet experience, the harder the skin will get.
- Hard skin can also occur due to dry feet.
- People who sweat a lot in their shoes get dry skin, this is because they lose water!
How To Soften Hard Skin On Feet:
- The key to softening the dry skin on your feet is to moisturize.
- But water is not the answer.
- Water actually dehydrates your skin.
- You must use oils and moisturizers!
- You can also soak your feet in a foot bath with epsom salts.
- The epsom salts help “fluff up” the hard skin.
- Just make sure to apply moisturizer later!
How To Get Rid Of Hard Skin On Your Feet:
- Once you soften up the hard skin on your feet with moisturizers.
- Use a pumice stone or an emery board to get rid of the hard skin.