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Cracked Heels Information and Treatment

Cracked heels are a problem of fissuring and thickening of the foot's skin. Cracked heels are the main problem of foot. Cracked heels are commonly caused by dry skin ( xerosis ), and made more complicated if the skin around the rim of the heel is thick (callus). They can lead to more serious conditions if not treated promptly. Heel fissures occur when the skin on the bottom, outer edge of the heel becomes hard, dry and flaky, sometimes causing deep fissures that can be painful or bleed. Fissures are regular linear cut wounds mostly superficial which involve epidermis. If the Heel Fissures are deep, then it may also be accompanied with skin bleeds which causes a lot of pain. This problem is most common in summer seasons and warmer climates.

Cracked heels are also known as Heel fissures. Our diet and way of life has also something to do with this problem. Cracked, dry and flaky heels look very unpleasant. They give a very rough and untidy look, which nobody wants to have. There are many reasons and causes for having cracked heels.

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