Callus Treatment Process:
- Assessment: I begin the callus treatment process by carefully assessing the condition of your feet. I’ll examine the areas with calluses to determine their severity and identify any underlying issues.
- Foot Soak: To soften the calluses and prepare the skin for removal, your feet are soaked in warm, soapy water or a specialized foot soak solution. This helps to loosen the hardened skin and make it easier to remove.
- Exfoliation: Once the calluses have been softened, I gently exfoliate the affected areas using a foot paddle. I skillfully remove the thickened, dead skin cells, gradually reducing the size and thickness of the calluses.
- Moisturization: After exfoliation, I apply a rich moisturizer or foot cream to hydrate and nourish the freshly treated skin. This helps to restore moisture, improve skin texture, and prevent future callus formation. You can also add a Parrafin Treatment.
- Additional Treatments (if needed): In some cases, additional treatments may be recommended based on the severity of the calluses. This could include the application of specialized callus-softening agents or the use of foot masks to provide deeper hydration and repair.
- Home Care Advice: I’ll provide valuable home care advice to help you maintain the results of the callus treatment. This may include regular moisturizing, wearing appropriate footwear, using foot scrubs or files, and scheduling follow-up treatments as necessary.
It’s important to note that severe calluses or underlying foot conditions may require the attention of a podiatrist. I am trained to identify such cases and will refer you to a healthcare professional if needed. I strive to ensure your feet feel rejuvenated, comfortable, and healthy after the callus treatment process.