Did you know that there are 250,000 sweat glands in your foot?* When you develop callus tissues under the foot, the sweat cannot get through. Instead, the sweat goes back into the foot and hardens like a cyst. This is called porokeratosis. This is very painful, and patients describe this condition as feeling as if they have a “pebble” in their foot.*
Today, check your feet to see if you have callus tissues. Make sure you eliminate the cause of these callus tissues. If you already have pebbles in your feet, these can be frozen off easily by your foot doctor.
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