Quite a few skin disorders might affect the feet and plenty of general skin complaints that affect the entire body could be more serious in the feet due to the use of shoes and particularly the strains which athletes place on their foot.
Blisters are frequent about the feet of runners. These are generally because of superficial friction from your running footwear on distinct areas which results in the skin cellular layers being split up. This will generally be on the toes or the rear of the calcaneus. The majority of runners are extremely accustomed to blisters. The ideal way to deal with blisters would be to not get them to start with. Make sure the running footwear fit correctly and make use of a lubricant upon regions of substantial rubbing. You'll find so many friction reducing tapes or pads that runners are able to use in order to avoid blisters should they occur often. When a blister does happen, then make sure it's guarded and cushioned to allow for it to get better.
Corns and Callus:
Corns and calluses are generated by to much force on an area. This frequently is a result of the shoes not fitted correctly or there's some toe or foot deformity leading to higher load such as a claw toe or hallux valgus. Corns and calluses are relatively easy to get rid of. A skillful podiatrist could easily remove them with debridement. What's not so easy will be to stop corns and calluses coming back. Corns do not have roots which they re-grow from that the podiatric physician could not eliminate. It is a common misconception that corns have roots. Foot corns and calluses consistently keep coming back in case the cause is simply not eliminated and that cause is the abnormal pressure on the corn or callus. That pressure is usually reduced by, for example, surgery to correct a claw toe or bunions. Foot supports may help relieve force on plantar surface of the foot in case there are calluses there.