Deformed or placed in narrow shoes, the toes are subjected to very painfulpressures and frictions resulting in the formation of corn areas. To disable this process, you need to protect the skin for at least 1 month.
To overcome a horn or a partridge's eye, you must sand the horn or/and apply an ointment to remove the horn.
FALSE! By sanding the horn or the partridge's eye, we maintain the defense mechanism of the skin. Result: the horn will come back very quickly. As for keratolytic balms or ointments, they act chemically on the horn to make it disappear but do not attack the cause: contact with the shoe. To permanently prevent the formation of horn in the pressured zone, a gel must be interposed to distribute the charges.