Most people come to me for skin-related foot problems. By that, I mean warts, foot corns and callus.
I've written about corns vs warts before, but what about with skin callus added to the mix?
All three are ugly and uncomfortable. They're also tough to tell apart.
This confusion means you waste money on useless remedies. You limp on and on, ashamed to bare your sole.
So, here's a pro guide on wart vs callus (including pinch callus on toes).
You'll soon know the difference — and how to treat them!
Do you always get bad cracked heels in the winter?
Or have pale grey splits only appeared during this cold snap?
Ragged dry skin that catches your socks isn't just a warm-weather thing. The crisp frosty mornings can coincide with piercing heel pain and thick yellow callus.
Though often painful and unsightly, this condition is easily treated.