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Will calosoft cream help in getting rid of cracks in my heels ?

i have cracked heels i tried many creams but it doesnt work can i use calosoft cream I have cracked heels. i tried crack cream and many home remedies but it doesn t work for me. Can i use calosoft for my cracks will it help? Age-27 gender -Female
Asked On : Mon, 22 Aug 2011
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Cracked heels is due to callus formation due to improper footwear and prolonged standing. Also fungal infection can be associated. You can use KRACK cream and even Calosoft may help but this Calosoft will only make skin moist. You can use pumice stone to remove most of hard skin. If there is very thick hard skin it is best removed surgically by Doctor. To prevent this from happening again you have to keep applying moisturiser and take bath regularly. Use soft footwear. Eat plenty of fresh fruits and green leafy vegetables. Drink plenty of water to hydrate your skin. Exercise daily to improve good blood flow. Use Lactocalamine or Calosoft daily on that skin as well.
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