Posts tagged bunions
How Can a Pillow Fix Your Callus?

What is a callus? A callus is an abnormal amount of dead, thickened skin that builds up on an area like the bottom of your feet. They can be yellowish-red in color and they don’t feel like the rest of the skin on your soles.

Calluses can crop up anywhere on your body wherever stress from excess pressure and friction occurs.

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How Your Lifestyle Affects Your Feet

No matter what your day job, your feet may be hurting by the end of the day, but some occupations put more stress on the soles than others, increasing your risk for aches, pains, and foot conditions that, if not treated early, can affect your work and your life.

This typically happens with jobs that require you to stand all day, as in the case of salespeople, hair stylists, waiters/ waitresses, police officers, teachers, flight attendants, doormen, and dancers, to name just a few.

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Kate Middleton, Oprah, or Meryl Streep….. You're Rich and Famous, But Your Feet Don’t Care

In some ways celebrities are nothing like us. They stroll red carpets as often as we stroll supermarket aisles, and do so wearing fabulous designer dresses that cost more than the average American’s annual salary.

In my opinion, the true equalizer between them and us may lie in their feet. No, you may never attend the extravagant events that celebrities do. You may never have their gorgeous hair (and their gorgeous hair stylists) or their trim, toned bodies (and their personal trainers and chefs), but you may have equally challenging feet.

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Please Help These Feet Fit Into My Stilettos

High heeled shoes today are like work of art, which means that comfort is not their primary purpose.  Even if they don’t fit at first, there are treatments that enable women to wear them and love wearing them!

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Sexier Feet In Seconds

How to hide bunions, veins and more, sans surgery

By Suzanne M Levine, M.D.

Sexy, strappy heels lose their allure if they’re wrapped around feet blemished by age spots and spider veins. But it needn’t be that way. Using a touch of makeup (yes the same stuff you use on your face) can take years off instantly! Just start by moisturizing your feet; the oils in the lotion enable makeup to go on evenly and help it endure. Then follow these instructions from celebrity podiatrist Suzanne Levine, M.D. (For more tips from Dr. Levine, visit her blog).

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