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Care of your feet

Written By Anuj Soni 15 Jan 2019
Care of your feet

In the interest of promoting good foot health, we thought we would put together this blog with a few pointers that everyone can follow to keep your feet healthy at home.

The soles of the feet (particularly the heels) tend to dry out and form calluses through the pressures of everyday wear and tear, and even more so when high stress activities such as running are taken into consideration.

A Podiatrist can help to identify the causative problem, and remove these calluses. But, there are also a few things you can do at home to help maintain a happy balance to your feet.

As part of your daily routine, most of us will use a moisturiser on our face, our arms, and even our legs. But we often forget our feet. As the skin on the soles of the feet are on average twice the thickness of anywhere else, you would want to use a F

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