Change of seasons. The expert told how to take care of the skin of your hands and feet in spring

It is during this period, when heavy winter boots and fur boots are replaced by lighter and often dress shoes, that sensations of displacement, compression, and squeezing are characteristic. The shoe size may seem to change, the toes begin to shrink, overlap each other, and the load on the foot increases due to high heels (often you have to give them up for the winter). And even if the shoes are not new, calluses and corns may appear as the seasons change. If discomfort occurs or your shoes suddenly begin to rub, you should consult a specialist; you may need orthopedic insoles or inserts.

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