A callus is a section of skin that has thickened over time due to constant friction, pressure, or irritation. Most commonly found on the heel, bottom, or on the bony joint of the foot, they can occur on other parts of the feet and body, that experience regular friction. Like corns – having bunions, hammertoes, and other foot problems can increase the risk of getting a callus. Dry skin is another common cause.

Pale yellow in color, calluses can feel thick, flaky, dry, or waxy to the touch and less sensitive than other skin on the foot. They are the body’s natural barrier to friction but can become stiff and uncomfortable, sometimes causing pain to the touch, especially when cracking or splitting occurs.

Pedifix.com has proven pads to ease the pressure, Moisturizers, and creams for skin maintenance and specially designed tools to help you manage calluses and maintain a smoother and healthier foot. Be sure to wash and moisturize your feet regularly and wear well-fitted footwear to minimize the chances of forming or thickening of a callus.

Visco-GEL® Silicone Moleskin Protective Padding (#P805) made from the only material that provides pressure relief AND shear reduction. This self-sticking Gel padding absorbs pressure and friction to cushion and protect. Conforms to any foot contours. Relieves pain from corns, calluses, bunions, blisters, and more. Washable and reusable. Maintains self-adhesive properties even after washing. Silicone Gel. Trim-to-fit. 2.5″ x 3″ sheets, 2 sheets per pack.

Cracks & Calluses Foot Repair Cream™ (#P3305) is an exclusive formula with Salicylic and Lactic acids in an aloe base speeds your skin’s natural renewal process through gentle exfoliation and deep moisturization. Proven effective in clinical use for quickly relieving rough, dry, callused, cracked, and fissured feet and heels. Visible results after the first application!

If you’re experiencing significant pain, swelling, or redness around the callused area, or if you have diabetes, see a foot care specialist immediately. Patients with poor circulation, fragile skin, or nerve problems and numbness in the feet should always talk to their doctor before any home or over the counter treatment.

If you have questions about callus products from PediFix, please reach out to us at Pedifix.com or by phone at 1-800-PEDIFIX (733-4349) to speak directly to a product specialist today.

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