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Foot callus

Foot callus

Callus protects your feet, but too much callus can be annoying and lead to various complaints. It usually arises from incorrect shoes, overweight or an incorrect position of the feet. What can you do about it?
Foot callus

If you want to remove excess callus yourself, it is best to take a foot bath first. This makes the callus soft, making it easier to remove. Add a cup of Dead Sea salt to help your body excrete waste through the feet at the same time.

 

Peeling

You can remove the excess callus with a peeling. After you have soaked your feet in the foot bath, you can massage the calluses with the peeling. Leave for a few minutes and rinse well with lukewarm water.

 

Lava Stone, Pumice Stone, Foot File or other tool

If you have a lot of callus, you can also remove it with a tool such as a Lava Stone, Pumice Stone, Foot File, etc. You can use a Lava Stone on wet skin, the other tools you use on dry skin. So pat the skin dry after your foot bath and remove the callus.

When using a tool, avoid removing too much skin, because then you stimulate the skin to produce more calluses. So only remove the outer layer of callus so that a protective layer remains.

 

Moisturizing foot cream

When you have removed the excess callus, rinse the feet with clean water and pat them dry. Then massage them with a Foot Cream against chapping and dry skin. Use this cream 1-2 times a day to prevent the callus from hardening and splitting causing chapping.

 

Pedicure

Have you tried to remove callus yourself, but are you still bothered by it? Please contact a (medical) pedicure or podiatrist.

 

 

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