Dry skin on your feet can appear in several forms. Calluses, corns and hardened heels are the tell-tale signs of putting too much pressure on your feet, either by excessive standing, walking or possibly by wearing shoes that looked great but hurt like Hell.
To treat the dry skin on your feet, start by removing it with a foot file. Buff back and fourth on all affected areas until the dead skin falls off into a pile of gratings. It’s best to carry this out on dry feet so you can see quite clearly what needs to go – if your feet are wet you mask the areas that need to be treated. Bathing weakens the tissues in cracked feet, leaving those cracks vulnerable to opening up.