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After a hydrating, callus-blasting pedicure and thorough buff job to reverse winter’s harsh-and-dry effects, what better way to celebrate than by adding a pair of festive, weekend-ready sandals to your warm weather ensemble?
The best way to kick calluses is with a foot file (like Tweezerman's Step-Two-It Foot File, $12, sephora.com).
But emotional calluses have always been a fear of mine.
As a whole, my feet are much softer and the calluses are all gone.
With up to 20 hours a week devoted to training and blisters turned to calluses, by the end of the season about half the men have dropped away.
Every cartoonist bore a hard callus on the distal interphalangeal joint of the middle finger of his drawing hand.
What the problem could be: Corns and calluses (hard, thick patches of skin caused by rubbing) are the most frequent factors in foot pain for older adults, according to a study published in the journal Gerontology last year.
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