Both nature and nurture can leave you dealing with cracked heels. Summer shoes like flip-flops can cause friction on your heels and calluses to form. Then, in the wintertime, the loss of moisture can cause calluses to build up. Skin fissures (caused by callus buildup) can leave what looks like cracks on your heels.*
Before you go to bed, massage some moisturizer into your feet, and then cover them with loose cotton socks to hold in the moisture all night long.
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