To take care of excessive perspiration, wear socks made of natural materials like cotton, and shoes that allow your feet to breathe to help reduce the growth of bacteria that cause bad odour. If you have stubborn perspiration, an antiperspirant spray can help, but shoe hygiene is essential too. Try using a spray deodorant for shoes or insoles made from activated charcoal to help eliminate bad odours.
Choose shoes which fit well to help avoid corns from forming in the first place. If a corn has already formed, you can either remove it or protect it. Try salicylic acid-based products like patches, liquids or creams for removal and use a file after footbaths too. To protect corns, relieve pain and lessen the discomfort caused by friction and rubbing, use protective patches made from foam, silicone or soft polymers.
Blisters are caused by repeated friction force across the skin. This can be brought on by things like running or wearing a new pair of shoes. They normally occur on the heels, soles of feet or on your toes. Scholl Blister Shields help protect the blister from rubbing and provide immediate cushioning relief. It may also assist with the healing process.