Corns and calluses on the feet are thickened areas of skin that can become painful. They are caused by excessive pressure or rubbing (friction) on the skin. The common cause is wearing poorly fitting shoes. A callus is larger and broader than a corn and has a less well-defined edge. These tend to form on the underside of your foot (the sole). They commonly form over the bony area just underneath your toes. This area takes much of your weight when you walk. They are usually painless but can become painful.
Treating painful corns and calluses involves removing the cause of the pressure or friction and getting rid of the thickened skin. You may be advised to wear comfortable flat shoes instead of high-heeled shoes. If calluses develop on the hands, wearing protective gloves during repetitive tasks will give the affected area time to heal.
Coming to our spa, we have a perfect Corns and Calluses Treatment for you:
Step 1 - The softening: A softening patch is wrapped around the bottom of the foot to soften the skin.
Step 2 - The calluses removal: A special device scraper to peel off the dead skin calluses.
Step 3 - The polishing: A fool file is used to remove the remaining dead skin and smooth it.
Step 4 - The moisturizing: The treatment is completed by applying moisturizing cream.