Last year, I bought a pair of shoes for grinding my feet. After wearing them for a day, there were two white spots in the soles of my feet, which were very painful. They looked like blisters, but they were very deep. Usually, after soaking the white places of my feet, I can pull them down like dead skin, and I can't cut them off when I repair my feet. What's this?
According to the information you said, considering the local keratinocyte proliferation caused by wearing shoes and grinding your feet, there may be bubble like changes at the beginning. With the development of the disease, there will be some crusts.
In this case, it is recommended that you wear soft and comfortable shoes to reduce the friction and stimulation to the affected area. You can apply some VA sour cream appropriately, and pay attention to eating more vegetables and fruits.
In this case, it is not recommended to go to some private pedicures to avoid cross infection. Considering that it may be the proliferation of local keratinocytes caused by wearing too hard shoes, it is recommended to wear soft and comfortable shoes, apply some retinoic acid cream appropriately, and soak your feet with hot water at night to improve local blood circulation.
Hello, your situation is clear. It's the corpus callosum. The corpus callosum is thickened due to local stimulation, friction, etc. It is recommended that you use vitazol cream and topical cream to reduce skin irritation.