Removing a hidden deep corn under callus

Corns and calluses develop because the skin’s defensive response is to thicken when consistent pressure and friction is applied against the skin of the foot. This pressure or friction could be caused by: What are Calluses? A callus is a hard patch of thickened skin you often find on your hands and feet. They develop in areas of high friction or pressure when your body thickens the skin in an attempt to prevent skin irritation or breakage. Calluses are not usually painful unless subjected to continued pressure or friction, causing the skin to build up to a certain thickness, which...