Foot Care

Like you take care of your overall health, you need to take care of your foot. Your feet take your complete body weight, so foot problems are bound to happen, causing pain and discomfort. Persistent foot pain can cause back, hip or knee pain. Some of the most common foot problems include athlete’s foot, warts and verrucae, bunions and blisters, corns and callouses, fungal infection and foot pain.

Since your foot is vulnerable to corns and callouses, warts and verrucas, and bunions and blisters, it is important that you take care of your feet. You can use moisturising foot cream, wear proper shoes, use insoles, etc. to prevent foot problems. At Pharmacy Outlet, you can acquire medical products that are useful when it comes to foot care, such as corn caps, bunion and blister plasters, wart cream, etc.

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  • Athlete's Foot & Fungal

    Athlete’s foot, also known as tinea pedis, is a contagious fungal infection, which is commonly seen on the skin of the feet. It can sometimes spread to the toenails and the hands. This condition commonly affects athletes, hence the name athlete’s foot. It is not a serious condition, but sometimes it is not easy to achieve cure. People with diabetes and poor immune system should take extra care to treat athlete’s foot.

    Athlete’s foot is treatable with over-the-counter topical antifungal medicines. If topical antifungals fail to treat this foot condition, consult your doctor right away, who may prescribe oral antifungals along with topical creams. Lamisil, Canesten, Desenex and Daktarin are commonly prescribed topical agents for treating athlete’s foot. You can get these medicines through Pharmacy Outlet at reasonable price. 

  • Verrucas & Warts

    Verrucas and warts are common foot issues. Actually, warts on the feet are known as verrucas or verrucae, which are sometimes quite painful. In most cases, warts and verrucas clear without any specific treatment. Verrucas and warts on the skin are caused by a virus called human papilloma. They are seen commonly on the soles of the feet.

    Verrucae and wart treatment can be painful and time-consuming. Salicylic acid and cryotherapy (freezing treatment) are the treatments of choice. Salicylic acid is available in creams, lotions and special plasters, which are easily available over-the-counter. This medicine burns off the wart. Freezing is another common treatment preferred by doctor. Liquid nitrogen is used to freeze the verruca. At Pharmacy Outlet, you can acquire creams, lotions and medicated plasters that help treat verrucas and warts.

  • Bunions & Blisters

    A bunion is characterized by a bony bump that is developed on the joint of your big toe. It forms when there is a friction between the big toe and the next toe. The bony bump might appear red and sore. Wearing narrow and tight shoes can aggravate the pain and discomfort. Another common cause is arthritis. Blisters, on the other hand, are fluid filled spaces caused by constant friction and pressure.

    Treatment depends on the severity and complexity of the bunion and blister. Wearing comfortable shoes with insoles and over-the-counter painkiller medicines help reduce pain and discomfort. Padding, tapping and splinting can reduce stress caused by a bunion or blister. Surgical intervention i.e. removal of bunion or blister is advised in advanced cases. Pharmacy Outlet deals in all the medicines and medical products that are useful in treating bunions and blisters.

  • Corns & Calluses

    Corns and calluses are thick and indurated layers of the skin that are developed due to constant pressure and friction. They often develop on the feet and toes or on the hands or fingers. Ill-fitting footwear is the most common cause of corns and calluses. People with diabetes are more prone to this condition due to poor blood circulation. It is important that diabetics should seek medical assistance for proper care for corns and calluses.

    Painful corns and calluses need immediate medical treatment. Trimming away excess skin with a sterile scalpel at a doctor’s clinic is one of the treatment options. Callus-removal medicine such as salicylic acid is advised to apply directly onto the affect part. This acid is available in gel form or corn caps that are to be applied directly to the corn or callus. Doctors often advise people to use proper fitting shoes with insoles to prevent friction and rubbing, At Pharmacy Outlet, you can get medicines and foot care products to prevent and treat corns and calluses.

  • Dry Skin

    Dry and cracked heel can be problematic for those who do not properly and regularly moisturise their feet. Diabetics and people with athlete’s foot commonly experience dry and cracked skin. Skin can also become dry due to some underlying medical conditions and improper moisturising. Dry cracked heel can range from mild to severe that can lead to additional foot problems such as itching, redness, sores, rough skin, peeling and even rashes.

    Dry cracked heel treatment usually begins with identifying and correcting the underlying cause. The best way to treat dry and cracked heel is regular moisturising with therapeutic ointment, cream or oil. Lotions are generally not advised as they contain alcohol. Apply moisturising cream after every bath, use mild moisturising soaps, and stay hydrated by drinking plenty of water. You can acquire dermatologically tested creams and ointments for dry cracked heels at Pharmacy Outlet.

  • Foot Odour

    Smelly feet - the medical name is bromodosis - can affect anyone. It can be embarrassing and uncomfortable. The main cause is sweaty feet and there are simple steps you can take to help prevent this.
    Athlete's foot can also cause your feet to smell. You can treat this yourself with antifungal treatment. Seek medical advice if you're concerned or if the problem is not clearing up.

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