Prevention for Pitted Keratolysis

The single most crucial preventative step in avoiding this skin disease is treating excessive sweating of the palms of the hands or the soles of the feet. Wearing 100% cotton socks helps keep feet drier, drastically reducing the chances of developing pitted keratolysis. Airy shoes like sandals or open-toed shoes are also recommended. No matter what the style of the shoe, it should not be too snug, as tight, closed-in shoes are the ideal breeding spot for pitted kerotolysis. The importance of early treatment to prevent episodes of reoccurrence cannot be stressed enough. Many experts also claim that it is wise to replace your shoes after a course of treatment, limiting the chances of re-infection. Anti-fungal and anti-bacterial dusting powders have also proven to be effective weapons against the occurrence or relapse of this condition.

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  • faith

    also avoid sharing shoes cause it may spread. I. believe that it can be spread cause my friend has it and she borrowed my slippers the next day after wearing it when I got up I had it .

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