Keep your feet clean by washing them regularly – especially when you go outside. Moisturising your feet regularly will also help because it rehydrates them and can keep calluses at bay.
“Sunblock should be used on your feet to avoid burns, tan marks and skin cancer. Yes, skin cancer can develop on the soles of your feet. See a podiatrist for a medical pedicure to remove dead skin from the feet, repair blisters, and treat any nail issues such as a fungal nail infection. When wearing flip flops, use a blister dressing or plaster to keep the skin from rubbing against the shoe and causing blisters,” says Marion.
“The skin on your feet can dry up if you do not drink enough water to keep them hydrated. Open-toed shoes with good foot support are recommended. Numerous flip flops and sandals now come with a customizable foot insert that may be used to accommodate different types of feet. For example, if you have a little flat foot causing you pain, you can consider investing in some arch support sandals,” she continues.