There's no question that calloused skin on the feet looks ugly and makes an unkempt impression. Another problem: thick corneal layers can even cause tension and pain.
There are numerous ways to remove calluses:
- Corneal rasp for rasping cornifications
- Electric callus rasp, electric callus remover
- Corneal file for filing off the cornea
- Solutions, lotions as callus removers
- Anti callus cream
- Pumice stone for mechanical callus removal
- Foot bath against calluses
- Foot masks for sustainable callus removal
WHY THERE ARE THE "CALLUSES" ON THE FEET
When mankind was still roaming barefoot through forests and hills, the cornea fulfilled an important function: A thick layer of cornea protected the skin of the feet from injuries and pressure where the bare, unprotected feet were subjected to particular stress from stones, thorns and hard were exposed to soil.
In earlier times, calluses formed as a natural foot protection when walking barefoot as a reaction to excessive stress.
TODAY, CALLUSES ARE UNBEAUTIFUL, ANNOYING AND CAN EVEN CAUSE PAIN
Today we wear modern shoes that reliably protect our feet against mechanical stress and strain. The natural protection provided by a thick callus on the feet is only necessary and sensible to a small extent today.
Many people perceive calluses as a cosmetically unsightly problem. If a cornea that is too thick and too hard leads to painful cracks and fissures, this can also become a medical problem. In such cases, a corneal reduction is urgently required.
WHAT IS CORNEA?
Callous skin is mainly found on the feet and hands. Calluses form on the feet, especially on the heel, the ball of the foot, but also the toes. On the hands, the palms of the hands are affected in people who work physically.
The callus on the foot is a particularly thick layer of skin made up of horny cells that has formed from dead skin cells. The thick callus layer protects stressed skin regions against mechanical stress. These are regions of the foot that are repeatedly subjected to excessive strain.
WHAT IS THE MAIN CAUSE OF CALLUSES, CALLS AND CHUCKS?
Tight or incorrect shoes and high heels are considered to be one of the main causes of callus formation on the foot. If the shoes are too tight, they press and rub on certain parts of the foot. The skin of the feet becomes irritated. The body reacts to this by forming calluses in order to protect the relevant areas.
However, the constant irritation can not only lead to a thick callus, but also to calluses, cracks, cracks, corns and inflammation. The cracking caused by too thick a layer of callus makes it clear that effective callus removal is not just a cosmetic matter.
CALLUS REMOVAL: THE BEST WAYS AND METHODS
There are numerous ways and methods to remove calluses on the feet. Many women use corneal rasps, corneal planes, corneal files and pumice stones to mechanically remove corneas, calluses and cracks.
Others use callus removers in the form of foot creams and lotions that are applied to the skin of the feet.
A relatively new option for removing calluses is foot peeling using foot masks.
CALLUS REMOVAL USING FOOT MASK PEELING FOR VELVET SOFT, DELICATE FEET
Modern foot masks represent a new form of callus removal on the feet.
The special thing about the foot masks for callus removal is the simple application and the perfect result.
The Summer Foot foot mask is very easy to use, for example:
- The feet are simply put into the supplied foot masks for 2 hours. (If you want, you can also pull socks over the foot masks so that the masks fit snugly on the foot. )
- After that, just wash your feet - done!
- Within the next 5 - 7 days, valuable urea and cucumber extract, among other things, ensure that the dead skin cells are gently exfoliated.
- The dead skin cells can be easily peeled off.
- A baby-soft skin appears that feels silky soft.
The nice thing: The peeling effect of beautiful, well-groomed and delicate feet lasts for a long time so that the next callus removal can wait. Summer Foot always pays attention to quality.
In order to ensure that calluses, cracks and calluses are removed as gently as possible, the Summer Foot foot mask deliberately avoids aggressive acids such as salicylic acid.
The dermatological compatibility is also particularly important: The Summer Foot foot mask received the seal "very good" from Dermatest.