If there is a corn between your toes, a special sleeve worn around your toe may ease the pressure. Depending on the site of a corn or callus, a cushioning pad or shoe insole may be of benefit. If the skin seems to be thickening up again, a recurrence may be prevented by rubbing down the thickening skin with a pumice stone or emery paper once a week. High heels, especially if they are tight fitting, can lead to repeated friction and make corns and calluses worse. The common cause is wearing ill fitting shoes. If you are able, going barefoot when not outdoors will also help.
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