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The Hard Truth About Hard Foot Skin

June 26, 2015

When our bodies cause the skin on our feet to callous, it’s to provide some additional protection from friction and other things from piercing the skin. However, hard skin on the feet could be indicators of a number of foot problems or could be covering up foot problems hidden under the skin. Bunions, fungal infections, and corns are usually hidden under calloused skin and can cause a number of pains. For more details on ailments calloused foot skin could be hiding, click here:: It’s time to show your feet you care

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