What is thick hard skin?
Areas of thick hard skin are usually yellowish and round, larger than corns and with crossed lines on the surface of the skin. They form on the top and outer edges of toes, on the ball of the foot and the back of the heel, and are caused by on-going stress and pressure on foot. They tend to cause a widespread feeling of burning rather than the acute pain caused by corns.
How to deal with thick hard skin:
Physically removing the skin is a common approach to treating thick hard skin – files are ideal for this – and latex or felt protective plasters are effective in relieving discomfort. For beautifully soft and expertly pedicured feet, use Express Pedi – the electrical device's rollers gently remove areas of hard skin.
Thick hard skin, yellow in colour and oval in shape, often occurs on the ball of the foot and can cause discomfort. You can easily take care of this at home to leave your feet wonderfully soft.