Rough or cracked heels

By: Courtyard Footcare  24/08/2016
Keywords: nail surgery, hard skin, athletes foot

Some skin types are more prone to drying out and cracking, but weight, shoe type and activity levels also play a part. Once heels have become cracked, it can be very difficult to get on top of yourself. A trip to a Podiatrist will get your heels back to the best condition possible, which will make it easier for you to maintain yourself at home. Foot files and the correct heel balm will go a long way to keeping your feet comfortable and we also have an excellent range of creams to purchase from the clinic.

Keywords: athletes foot, Cracked Heel Treatment, hard skin, Hard Skin Removal, nail surgery, Rough cracked heels

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