Calluses form when the skin is met with irritation. The soles of your feet, which habitually encounter friction, subsequently become their prime targets. Although usually not threatening to health, the crusty texture of a callus can bother us. Filing a callus too much, however, may cause a blister to form or another callus to replace that callus.
Trying to figure out how exactly to shave down a callus can be tricky. Wondering whether your feet may be adjusting to your new jogging routine and producing copious amounts of calluses to compensate? Whether it’s that shoe that isn’t quite your size? Have all your questions answered at Frederick Foot Care!