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When a toenail is ingrown, the sides of the corners dig into the skin causing pain, swelling and redness.
Children's feet are the corner stone to stability and lower leg mechanics.
Bunions are lumps of bone and tissue that form around a joint – usually in either the big or little toes.
By the age of 80, the average person will have walked around 150,000 kilometers. That’s a fair bit of wear and tear on the feet!
Most healthcare professionals agree that pedicures can be unsafe and lead to infection and the spread of disease.
Plantar fasciitis is a fairly common condition and will typically affect those who spend a lot of time on their feet.
Diabetes can affect the nerves as well as the arteries that carry blood to your feet.
Calluses are patches of thick skin that form over areas of repetitive friction.
A fungal infection of the skin and/or nails is very common and is caused by organisms called Dermatophytes.
Your nails is protect the ends of the fingers and toes and are useful for scratching and picking things up.
A verruca pedis is a wart located on the foot and is caused by the human papilloma virus (HPV).
Paraffin wax is a widely used substance found in various cosmetics, moisturisers, crayons, and candles.