You can Fix your Corns & Calluses on your FeetWarm weather is coming and your tootsies need to be in excellent condition to pull off the hottest looks. Unfortunately right now, they’re literally a train wreck waiting to happen. You’ve got foot corns and calluses, not to mention ratty cuticles and discolored nails.

What to do, what to do? We know, try these great podiatrist approved tips and get rid of those problems before the sun shines:

Soak your feet for 30 minutes then rub those softened calluses away with a sanitized pumice stone. Skip the callus shaver, metal rasp and acidic pads, especially if you have peripheral neuropathy. In the wrong hands, they have a tendency to be harsh on the skin and can cause nasty cuts as well as serious foot infections.

Before going to bed each night, treat your feet to a moisturizer. Slather one on and then cover your tootsies with clean, cotton socks. Otherwise, the moisturizer is apt to end up all over the bed sheets and your bedroom slippers not to mention the bathroom floor. Good choices are creams that contain vitamin E or non-acidic, prescription corn medications.

Reduce the amount of pressure on your feet as often as possible, even if it means buying some new things. After all, having healthy feet and feeling comfort are well worth the investment. Put gel floor pads down at work and change your footwear. Ask your podiatrist about shoes with built-in dells as well as moleskin, felt pads and orthotics.

Check yourself in the mirror and watch how you walk. Take steps to improve your posture and keep the weight placed onto your feet during everyday activities on an even keel. If necessary, see a specialist and ask about therapy that may improve your body’s mechanics overall.

Finally, consider having a licensed podiatrist remove the remaining foot corns and calluses for you. In 99.9% of the cases, this type of work is performed in podiatry offices and won’t keep people from resuming their normal activities. For information about making an appointment, please click here.