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Foot Corns

What Are Foot Corns And How To Treat Them?

What Are Foot Corns And How To Treat Them?

Corns, also called calluses, are simply areas of skin that have become thicker than the surrounding skin due to friction and use. Corns actually serve a positive purpose, that being to protect the underlying skin. They most commonly form on the sides or tops of the toes or the balls of the feet. They can…

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How to Treat Corns

When the skin on the foot rubs against a shoe, there is a chance a corn will develop. Typically, the pressure from this causes the skin to thicken; this may produce extreme pain, affecting the deeper layers of the skin. Hard corns are generally caused by poorly fitted shoes and may develop on the top of…

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Corns: What Are They, and How Do You Get Rid of Them

Corns are thickened areas on the skin’s surface, to the point of being irritating and sometimes painful. Commonly found on the feet, corns are circular or cone-shaped. They develop where there are areas of pressure or friction, such as on the little toe when it rubs up against shoes, or on the ball of your…

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Different Types of Corns

If you have a hard, thickened area of skin on the foot you may possibly have a corn. This condition comes from rubbing, which puts pressure on the skin. Corns form on the feet, which may make walking difficult and painful. There are a few different types of corns, one being soft which typically develops…

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