Hard, thick skin and calluses

Hardening and thickening of the skin of the foot is fairly common. Whilst not always painful it can be unsightly and can lead to other problems if it's not treated effectively early on.

The skin on our feet can be up to four times thicker than on other parts of the body, and our feet take the strain of us walking and standing everyday. In response to this stress our skin thickens to protect itself. Poorly fitting shoes and walking mechanics may exacerbate the condition. If you have painful or re-occurring calluses it may be advisable to visit a podiatrist for professional advice.

Thickened skin on the feet provides a barrier but this also makes it harder for skin to absorb moisture. This means that the skin can become dry and rough. This type of skin build up is a natural response to the strain we put on our feet but can be removed and even prevented with a good footcare regime.

Regular use of a good foot moisturiser will help prevent problems occurring. CCS Foot Care Cream is ideal for use every day, developed in Sweden its' professional formula is effective at dealing with hard and dry skin. Regular use will leave skin soft, supple, and in good condition.

 

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