Our expert says:
Hi Kim, thank you for the question.
Your best option would be to consult a dermatologist who can examine the toes and decide what the best treatment choice is. If the cause is the shoes you have one may need to consider new shoes and reducing the pressure on the toes. The excess skin formed can be removed by a number of ‘shaving’ techniques including surgical blades and rough pumices.
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