1. Athlete’s foot - Check out our tips for targeting the first signs of infection

    Whether you’ve been upping the ante with your fitness regime, spending more time in the pool and gym showers, or just prefer to live your life in trainers, we can create the perfect warm, dark and humid environments that fungus requires to thrive. And as annoying as athlete’s foot is, there are simple treatments: topical creams, sprays and lotions. Help keep your hard-working feet in tip-top condition so you can stay active with our tips for fungus-free feet.

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  2. Understanding and managing Plantar Fasciitis
    Plantar Fasciitis is a condition that effects the tight band that runs from the heel to the toes on the bottom of the foot. 
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  3. Heel and ankle pain - Get some relief with our tips on caring for foot pain

    They’re usually the last things we take care of, but the demands made on our feet and lower limbs can lead to a range of injuries, including blisters, sprained ankles, torn ligaments, shin splints (leg pain), knee pain, lower back pain and other joint or muscle problems. There’s a lot going on in our feet: bones, ligaments, tendons and many more which means the causes of foot pain can range from an injury and inflammation to more serious structural issues. They’re what get us moving and are the foundation of our health, so look after them using our tips to help avoiding and managing everyday heel and ankle pain.

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  4. Athlete’s Foot
    Got a question about athlete’s foot? We may have an answer for you here. Read on to learn more about athlete’s foot causes, symptoms and treatment.
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  5. Corns: Causes and Prevention
    Corns are small areas of skin that occur on the toes as a result of excessive pressure or friction from footwear or socks. There are two types; hard and soft, and they can cause some pain and discomfort
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  6. What Causes Sweaty Feet & Foot Odour
    Excessive sweating, also known as hyperhidrosis, can be an uncomfortable and challenging thing to treat.
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  7. Dry Skin
    Goodbye dry skin! Make your feet soft and be proud of your smooth skin.
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  8. Fungal Nail Infection
    Fungal nail infections are a common problem that can affect any nail, but most commonly the ones on the feet.
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  9. Dry Feet
    Sometimes the sole of your foot can get very dehydrated leaving the skin dry, rough or even cracked.
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  10. Perspiration
    Perspiration is one cause of bad odours. To reduce bad odours you can take preventive action.
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  11. During pregnancy
    The increase in body weight during pregnancy can alter your walking pattern and can sometimes cause foot problems.
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  12. Pronation
    If you are suffering from heel pain, pronation can be one of the reasons.
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