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What is callus?

A callus is a thickened and hardened area of skin that develops as a natural response to repeated friction, pressure, or irritation. It forms a protective barrier to prevent further damage to the underlying skin layers. Calluses typically appear on the hands, feet, or other parts of the body, exhibiting a yellowish or grayish color and a rough or dry texture.

How are calluses formed?

When your skin tries to defend itself against pressure and/or friction from items like garments, shoes, and repeated motions, it leads to the development of calluses. Most of the time, calluses may be removed by simply reducing the cause of friction or pressure.

Risks and Complications Associated with Calluses

Benefits of Hand and Foot Callus Treatment

Hand and Foot Callus Treatment at a Nail Salon

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Begin the treatment by soaking your hands or feet in warm water to soften the callused skin.

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The nail technician will gently remove dead skin cells using tools like a pumice stone, foot file, or callus remover to smoothen the affected areas.

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Enjoy a relaxing massage to improve blood circulation and relieve tension in your hands or feet.

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The nail technician will apply a moisturizing cream or lotion to keep your skin hydrated and prevent dryness.

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If desired, you can opt for additional nail services like trimming, shaping, and polishing. Our nail technician may offer advice on proper hand and foot care, including suitable moisturizing products and footwear choices.

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