Hyperkeratosis

Patient No. 1

Keratosis on heels. Patient was removing epidermis keratosis too hard and too often. Our goal was to reassure him. It was recommended to wear shoes and socks made from natural materials and to use moisturizing preparations based on urea.

Patient No. 2

Patient with dry and keratosis skin was subjected to remove and polish treatment over thickened and hard skin. Our goal was to restore normal elasticity of the skin. We recommended drinking 2 liters of water a day and foot baths in warm water with addition of moisturizing and improving blood circulation measures.

Patient No. 3

Patient with dry, flaky and cracking skin. The treatment began after soaking the feet. Milling machine and disposable abrasive cap were used. The effect was visible immediately. We recommended using creams with urea and drinking adequate amounts of water.

Patient No. 4

A patient with lots of calluses forming due to the lack of proper care and dry tissue. The purpose of the procedure was to remove excess epidermis, smoothen and moisturize the skin. Regular visits at a podiatric salon and application of proper ointments were recommended.