corns on feet

Corns on the feet are hardened layers of skin that form as a result of your skin’s reaction to friction and pressure. Feet corns can be safely treated and possibly avoided in the future. Corns form on parts of your feet that do not bear weight, such as the tops and sides of your toes, as well as between your toes. They’re also common in weight-bearing locations. When pushed, corns can be painful.

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