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July 15, 2017
If Sidekicks shoes were not already your favorite ace in the hole, they surely will be after reading this!
Anyone who loves to wear high heeled shoes has probably known at some point what it is like to have corns or calluses on their feet—in fact, some may even have first found out about Sidekicks shoes when they were looking for ways to avoid corns and calluses in the future. Corns and calluses can develop over time on skin that is constantly rubbed or put under pressure, and they are no fun whatsoever.
While some may have had corns or calluses on their toes or feet due to a habit of wearing high heeled shoes that rub or pinch, that hard skin can develop on any part of the body — it is quite common for guitarists to develop them on their fingers as a result of pressing the strings to the frets, for example.
Fortunately, corns and calluses are easy to treat by soaking them in warm water and gently removing the dead skin with a pumice stone. They can also be prevented in future by taking good care of the feet — for example by keeping toenails neatly trimmed and by making sure you always have a pair of Sidekicks foldable flats to change into when your feet need to take a break from your high heeled shoes. Just look at this pair in striking leopard- they will surely go with everything!
As you have just learned, corns and calluses are often caused by badly fitting shoes. No one deliberately shops for shoes that are the wrong size, but many of us end up buying them. While it feels great to step into a pair of comfy Sidekicks shoes after wearing high heels, it is also important to make sure those high heels fit as well as possible in the first place and are neither too loose nor too tight. That being said, changing into your fashionable Sidekicks shoes as soon as you get the chance is going to be the real cincher in helping prevent uncomfortable, unsightly feet.
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