Thursday, 15 February 2018
Corns are areas of hard, thickened skin that form on the feet as a consequence of friction, rubbing or excessive pressure. They generally occur on the tops and sides of the toes, or on the balls of the feet. While corns actually form naturally to protect the skin, they can be unsightly and can make walking painful. The good news is that there are a number of steps that you can take to heal corns and prevent them from forming in the future.
Wednesday, 17 May 2017
When you spend each day juggling work, play, friends and family all in one day, your feet can bear the consequences of your hectic lifestyle. Keeping up the pace can be difficult and you might be too embarrassed to ask family and friends if they suffer from the same issues. Find out how Compeed can protect your feet by reading our guide.
5 CommentsMonday, 17 August 2015 | Alex
If your feet are bothering you but you don't know why, our graphic is the ideal solution. Simply click on the area that is giving you trouble and see our detailed guides on how to combat the conditions.
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Monday, 13 July 2015 | Admin
Corn Toe is a condition of the foot that has to do with the skin becoming hardened by excessive rubbing and friction over time. A lesser version of Calluses (which are generally larger and can occur anywhere on the body that is subject to rubbing and pressure) Corns occur only on the feet and are small, concentrated areas of dead skin, often found between the toes or to the sides of the ball of the foot. Corns sometimes develop as part of a larger foot problem such along the joint of a deformed Hammer Toe or on the protruding side of a Bunion.