March Beauty Diary
After all the festives celebration, time to march back to the normal working life. This month I am going to talk about feet. Our feet is a body organ that play an important part, holding up us, bringing us around. However a lot of us do not really know how to take care of them by wearing the wrong type of shoes, which result the shape of our feet change. Other problems which I commonly found on the feet are getting feet corns and callus, fungus toe nails.
Want to know the solution of the common feet problems, pls continue to read below:
Let touch on fungus.
Nail fungus is a common condition that begins as a white or yellow spot under the tip of nail. It commonly happen in the toe nail. As the fungal infection goes deeper, nail fungus may cause your nail to discolor, thicken and crumble at the edge.
If your condition is mild and not bothering you, you may not need treatment. If your nail fungus is painful and has caused thickened nails, self-care steps and medications may help. But even if treatment is successful, nail fungus often comes back.
When fungus infects the areas between your toes and the skin of your feet, it’s called athlete’s foot
Callus and corns
are painful despite your self-care efforts, medical treatments can provide relief:
- Trimming away excess skin. can pare down thickened skin or trim a large corn with a scalpel, during an to the specialist. Don’t try this yourself because it could lead to an infection.
- Callus-removing. In nail salon we do have such services to remove the callus treatment. The price comes with a classic pedicure, follow by the callus solution that applied around the dry heels for 5 mins and follow by filing off all the dry cracky skin.
Lifestyle and home remedies
If you have diabetes or another condition that causes poor blood flow, consult your doctor before treating a corn and callus on your own.
If you have no underlying health problems, try these suggestions to help clear up a corn or callus:
- Thin thickened skin. During or after bathing, rub a corn or callus with a pumice stone, foot file to help remove a layer of toughened skin. Don’t use a sharp object to trim the skin. Don’t use a pumice stone if you have diabetes.
- Moisturize your skin. Apply moisturizer to your hands and feet to help keep the skin soft.
- Wear comfortable shoes and socks. Stick to well-fitting, cushioned shoes and socks until your corn or callus disappears.
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