How to remove calluses and prevent them from coming back

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If you're constantly on your feet, chances are you feel the effects of wearing stilettos for 40 hours a week. Even when you switch to your sneakers to hit the gym, your feet might still be aching for a little TLC.

One of the most common problems that hard-working women are faced with is calluses. Similar to blisters, these unsightly blemishes can cause pain on the foot and are rough to the touch. If you don't have the time to regularly receive pedicures, chances are you've been the victim of calluses. However, there are a few ways you can take care of the problem.

First, apply resurf.a.stic to your calluses to gently remove them with little hassle. This one step microdermabrasion stick is designed to exfoliate the skin and get rid of calluses, which can cause foot pain.

Next, moisturize your feet on a regular basis. Try to use lotion whenever you step out of the shower to keep your feet feeling silky smooth. Finally, give your feet a break once in awhile and wear a pair of flats to prevent calluses from coming back.