Archive: callus

how to remove a callus from a diabetic foot

How to remove a callus from a diabetic foot?

The callus that forms on a foot in someone with diabetes is no different to the callus that forms on the foot in someone who does not have diabetes. The cause of the callus is too much pressure on that area which results in the skin becoming thicker...

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intrinsic minus foot

Do corns have roots?

No they don’t. Corns on the feet do not have roots that they grow back from after being removed like some garden weeds do if you do not take out the roots. Corns are caused by a reason and if that reason is not removed, then the corn will come...

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electric callus remover

How to use the electric callus remover?

Electric callus removers are those battery and USB powered tools you see advertised on and other places to use to help get rid of callus on the foot. They are simply an electric powered file to grind down that build up of skin. I...

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how to use a foot file

How to use a foot file?

A foot file is one way that you can self care for cracked and thick skin around the heels: Cracked heels do not get better by themselves. That cracked hard skin is dead skin and can not heal back together. That cracked thick skin needs to be removed...

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how to get rid of deep callus on bottom of foot

Why does my foot callus keep coming back?

Your foot callus keeps coming back because the cause of it is still there. Calluses on the feet are generally caused by too much pressure. It is reasonably easy to remove a callus, but they almost always come back. They do not come back because they...

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corn removal pads

How to use corn remover pads?

Corn removal pads are popular but they really should not be used and can be dangerous. Corns are a discrete build up of hard skin from too much pressure on that area that may become painful. They only way to permanently get rid of corns is to remove...

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are corns contagious

What causes corns on toes?

There is only one thing that causes a corn on the toes and that is too much pressure on an area. When pressure on an area of skin increases, the skin thickens up to protect itself – this is a normal and natural process. If that pressure keeps...

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