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How To Get Rid Of Calluses on Feet, Elbows & Knees

Anyone can get calluses. Calluses occur over time from natural wear and tear of skin. Friction is the main source of calluses and can really occur anywhere, but most commonly are found on feet. Although everyone gets them, it doesn't make them any prettier. They typically aren't serious and don't need medical attention, but no one wants rough bumps protruding from their skin. Derm to door has some tips that will help prevent calluses from happening and products that will help when they do happen. 

Our first tip is to wash your feet. You should do this every day to wash away built up dirt and give your feet a break from the friction from walking around all day. 

Secondly, wear shoes that fit. Wearing high heels or ill fitting shoes can cause more friction and lead to rapid callus formation. 

Lastly, using gel inserts to make your feet more comfortable and avoid friction is a great way to prevent calluses.

So what happens if you already have calluses? We have great remedies and products to help get rid of them. A great starting point is exfoliating. Exfoliation can help break down the build up of skin cells, softening your skin and reducing the appearance of calluses. Obagi-C Exfoliating Day Lotion With Vitamin C is a great remedy to slough off dead skin cells and make for softer, smoother looking skin. 

Another crucial step in reducing the appearance of calluses is moisturizing. Keeping your skin soft is a huge part in not only minimizing calluses but preventing them as well. We recommend using the Bioderma Atoderm Intensive Balm to soothe your problem areas. 

Last but certainly not least, Derm to door carries the SkinKure Callus Buster. This is the perfect product to get rid of your calluses ASAP. This formula is a multi purpose blend to remove thick hard to treat callused skin. 

We hope this will help you blast your calluses in no time! Shop all the products mentioned at

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