Corns, Calluses and Blisters

Corns are the accumulation of dead skin cells which form thick, hardened bumps. Corns have a cone shaped core whose point can press on a nerve and cause pain.

Calluses are the accumulation of dead skin cells that harden and thicken. Calluses develop as the skin's defense mechanism to protect against excessive pressure and friction.

Blisters are the build up of fluid underneath the top layers of skin.


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** This is not medical advice. If conditions persist, consult your physician. If you are pregnant, have diabetes or poor circulation, you should always consult with a medical professional before performing any self-treatment.


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