The most common foot problem, cracked heels, can range from cosmetic to a painful issue. In that case, cracks are usually obvious, the skin is dry and may have a thick callus which appears as yellow or dark brown discolored area of skin, especially along the inside border of the heel.
Apart from the dry, thickened skin, this problem may also be manifested by symptoms like peeling skin, itching, redness, itching and inflammation.
Fortunately, you can prevent cracks from getting deeper and causing pain and bleeding by taking proper precautions on time.
Cracked heels can be result of lack of moisture, dry air, unhealthy diet, improper foot care, wrong shoes, aging, prolonged standing on hard floors, as well as skin disorders like eczema, psoriasis, corns and calluses, or diabetes and thyroid disease.
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