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Calluses are thickened and hardened areas of skin that develop as a response to moderate repeated friction and pressure to the skin. They form as a body’s protective reaction to protect the underlying skin.
To relieve pressure on the thick, rough area of skin you can use protective coverings like heel pads, insoles, and other protectors. For example, you can use Salvequick’s Plantar Protector for pressure and forefoot pain relief and to prevent calluses from forming.
If you experience that hard skin on feet keeps coming back, you need to minimize rubbing and pressure to the skin. For example, many get a recurring callus on big toe (hard skin on big toe or hard skin on side of big toe), or a callus on the balls of the feet or heels.