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When there’s an area of pressure or a spot that’s especially bony on your foot, a corn can appear. Caused by the buildup of hard, dead skin, they are often cone-like and most commonly found on toe joints. Special skin cells found all over your outer layers of skin called keratinocytes produce this hard skin, which is your body's attempt at protecting itself from friction or pressure.
Unfortunately, this extra skin can become an uncomfortable problem because the cone-shaped area transfers pressure to the skin underneath, causing discomfort.
The bad news about corns is they’re very common. The good news: they’re also very treatable. Often, it’s as simple as giving your feet a break from that one pair of shoes you love but that rub your toe the wrong way. In addition, you can:
Not a medical diagnosis. For information purposes only. If you have diabetes, poor blood circulation, or fragile skin, or symptoms are severe or persist, consult your podiatrist or physician before using products.