Our expert says:
Use a pumice stone or similar (not a blade) to remove the hard skin then apply a good cream such as Galderma's Neutroplus daily to the area. Wearing socks and a closed shoe rather that an open shoe will also help. It may be a good idea to visit a podiatrist to remove the hard skin properly to get the process started.
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