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Help for Ugly Feet

Postby RF » Fri, 28 Jan 2005 1:22 pm

Hello,

was wondering if anyone would have any tips on getting rid of (and prevent) bunions, calluses, and blisters on the toes and feet, ....or, which salons that actually offer services to rid of them...it will be much appreciated!thanks

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Postby pastrian.allac » Sat, 29 Jan 2005 6:39 pm

If you've already have bunions, it's hard to prevent anymore, and to get rid of it completely, it's through surgery and it's a major surgery. But if you've not developed any, you can avoid it by not wearing shoes which are too tight at the toes, i.e. pointy pumps. I myself have bunions on my both feet, in fact I find them beautify my feets :lol: However, when come to shoe shopping, you can't help to give up on certain pretty shoes coz the bunions will ache when u wear them, i.e. covered heels etc.

As to prevent calluses or blisters, no definite answer perhaps. Sometimes it's due to the material or the design of the shoes which bring forward these problems. To get rid of or prevent it, perhaps you can use Scholl range of foot healing products. Hope this helps! :)

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feet cure?

Postby RF » Sun, 30 Jan 2005 2:12 am

thats not good!i actually thought there's hope..dammit..i have to believe there's actually some cure tho'..will go on hunting for it! thanks anyway, yeah, i know i ought to avoid pretty shoes..its such a pain(literally) pretty shoes r the most uncomfortable!:( have u tried any of the Scholl products that's worked for u?

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Postby pastrian.allac » Tue, 01 Feb 2005 12:38 pm

What types of foot problems you're suffering from, may I know? If it's bunions, perhaps you could consult a doc if you were serious of ridding them. I've come across articles which reveal there're indeed women out there going for such surgery for the sake of fitting into nice shoes. AND yupe, I do agree! Pretty shoes are mostly uncomfortable ha!

I personally think Scholl products don't really work for me. Perhaps because I used them when the foot problems have occurred such as blisters. It does soothe the pain a little though. I've used the bunion plasters. It helps by reducing the leg movement towards the front of the shoes (if wearing high heels) hence less frictions of your bunions with the shoes edges, so more comfortable. Still, better not to wear covered or pointy shoes as it'll worsen your bunions.

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Postby SporeSling » Tue, 22 Feb 2005 11:38 pm

Sigh... i know the feeling, and a pedicure only lasts that long......... my feet are drying up and getting wrinkly,, sounds horrid, i know.. any suggestions

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Postby Guest » Sat, 26 Feb 2005 5:01 pm

try srcubbing feet twice a week. then everynite before you sleep, apply moisturer on feet, then wear a pair of socks. then go and sleep, remove socks only on the next morning. :wink:


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