Heel fissures (or cracked heels) are a problem that occurs when the thick skin on your heel begins to dry-out and cracked. The Shoe Insoles range of Insoles for Heel Fissures allows you to protect your heels from cracking, which is not only a cosmetic boon but can also help to reduce chance of infection. Though heel fissures are not overly dangerous if you are in good health, for people with diabetes or comprimised immune systems they can pose a dangerous threat of infection.
Although they are most commonly a cosmetic problem, heel fissures (or cracked heels as they're sometimes known) can be very painful and even pose a serious problem for people with other health issues. The Shoe Insoles range of Insoles for Heel Fissures are ideal for making your feet less likely to develop cracks and helping to aid the recovery of the cracks you have.
There are many different problems that can contribute to heel fissures — sometimes it is something as simple as having dry skin (which can be caused by high temperatures or low humidity) but it can also be an indication of medical conditions including hypothyroidism, diabetes and eczema. Our Insoles for Heel Fissures can help by preventing the infection of heal spurs or excessive irritation that can be caused by rubbing.
The importance of protecting your heels is increased significantly if you have problems such as diabetes, poor circulation and immunosuppressant diseases. As heel fissures get deeper, there is a greater chance of them becoming infected and infection in feet (especially for diabetics) can be a huge cause for concern.
At Shoe Insoles, we aim to give 100% customer satisfaction with every one of our transactions and to help with this, we have a dedicated customer care team ready to answer your questions. For more information about our Insoles for Heel Fissures, please contact us on 020 7501 1102 or via the "Contact Us" page.
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