Winter Means Dry and Cracked Skin

Dry and cracked skin are two conditions most people experience on their feet when it starts to get colder. 
The former, worsens as you grow older; your natural oil production decreases; and skin becomes thinner, making you more prone to dryness when the temperatures drop.
The latter, also known as fissures, is the result of severely dry skin; feet get thicker and become calloused before they bleed and crack, which could lead to infection.
Increased pressure - you experience this while walking in shoes – can also cause cracks on the bottom of your feet.
If you suffer from this problem the award-winning, expert podiatrists at Advanced Podiatry of Manhasset, Huntington, Maspeth, Plainview, Coram, Mineola, and Williston Park will be happy to evaluate your problem and help you find the treatment that is the best fit for you. The line of Kamea moisturizing and exfoliating products that we carry in our Advanced Podiatry offices are excellent for this problem.

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