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If you’ve had calluses on your hands or feet, you’ll already know how unpleasant they can feel to touch, and how irritating they can be. I find them rough to touch, and horrible to see on my hands. They’re thick patches of skin caused by repeated friction or pressure. Even doing every day activities like […]Continue reading
Calluses; singlehandedly able to force you to trade in your stunning pair of heels for a pair of sensibly-closed flats, or make you flinch every time you rub your hands together. Calluses and blisters are naturally unavoidable if your line of work revolves around strenuous, manual labor. It is also entirely plausible that a cramped […]Continue reading
A callus is a hardened skin area that may develop on certain parts of hands or feet when they are subjected to very high friction, sometimes making that area painful. A callus generally affects the hands (for instance, those of a seasoned guitarist) or feet (for example, those who hike extensively). Are you irritated by […]Continue reading
Feet are easily the most neglected part of the body as they are easily hidden in shoes. Constant friction between your feet and shoes can cause calluses. Calluses are hard, bumpy, dry and thick though not sensitive to touch. Foot callus is a very common condition that afflicts almost everyone at some point in life. […]Continue reading
Callus is that part of skin which becomes hard due to exposure of skin to repetitive friction. Not only calluses look very unattractive, they sometimes can be painful as well. Calluses can occur on your hands and feet. Some of the major risk factors which cause a callus would be deformities in foot and wearing […]Continue reading
Calluses are common among both men and women. A callus refers to thick layers of dead skin cells which are usually caused by pressure or friction. It is usually found on your feet due to constant pressure and frequent walking. Generally, they are not harmful but if left untreated and not removed, it can become […]Continue reading