Corns on Toes

by Admin on March 15, 2012

Corns on toes are a common problem, especially in those who wear tighter fitter footwear or have deformities of the toes. Corns occur when there is too much pressure on a small area. The skin thickens up to protect itself in response to that pressure, but then becomes so thick that it then becomes painful. Corns are not difficult to remove, but they will almost always return because them in the first place is still present. The only way to deal with corns on the toes over the long term is to remove what caused them.

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Foot Corns & Callus | Painful corn on toe | Corns | Corns on the Toes | Corns

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