Wash them daily in warm water with non-irritating soap for just a few minutes. Dry your feet properly with a soft towel, paying careful attention to the spaces between the toes.
File hard skin away gently with a foot file or a pumice stone. If the hard skin or corns are painful, seek professional advice from a HPCP registered Podiatrist.
(with urea) to your feet daily, avoiding the toenails and spaces between the toes. Keep the spaces between the toes fresh and dry with a little surgical spirit. Dip a cotton bud into surgical spirit and simply 'twizzle' the bud between the toes. Repeat daily to prevent any dampness or Athlete's foot from developing. As with all topical preparations you should test the skin first with a small amount to check for sensitivity.
, follow the natural curve of the end of the toe. NEVER cut or dig into the sides of the nail as this can create an ingrown toenail.
Poor footwear can be the cause of many foot problems yet few of us even realise we are wearing the wrong style or size shoes.
as they contain acids which can damage healthy skin. Never use them if you are diabetic.
. This helps prevent Athlete's foot and sweaty feet. Don't use talcum powder on your feet as it can clog the pores; use a medicated foot powder instead.