What Could Be Causing Your Feet to Peel

What Could Be Causing Your Feet to Peel?

Skin Peeling Off Bottom Of Feet: A Skin Condition?

The condition called “skin peeling” or “peel off” is not a new phenomenon. It’s been known since ancient times. However, it was only recently that scientists discovered its cause. Nowadays, there are many theories about what causes peel off skin condition on the bottom of your feet. Some say it could be due to chemical exposure, while others believe it might be due to other health conditions like diabetes. Still, some doctors think that the reason behind peel off skin condition on the bottom of your feet is caused by a virus. So far, no one knows exactly why this happens. But if you have peeled skin on your bottom of feet then you should get yourself checked out immediately.

How Do You Get Peel Off Skin On Top Of Your Toes?

If you have peeled skin on top of your feet, then you should see a doctor right away. If you don’t get treated, then the condition will spread to your whole body. There are various things that can cause peel off skin condition on top of your feet. Here are some possible reasons:

Exposure to chemicals – Certain chemicals such as those used in nail polish remover can cause peel off skin condition on top of the feet.

Age – As people age, their body’s ability to regenerate skin slows down. As a result of this, the outer layer of the skin cells does not shed properly and new skin cells do not grow back as fast as they normally should. This means that your feet will not have enough protection from sources of friction and this can cause blisters and other injuries on the top of your feet.

Wearing tight shoes – If your shoes are too tight, the toes will be constricted and this can cause injury to the top of your feet. The same thing happens if you wear shoes that are too small for your feet. This causes pressure on the top of your feet and this can lead to injury and skin peeling on your toes.

Other underlying conditions – There are other less common conditions that can cause skin peeling on the top of your feet. You should see a doctor if you have other symptoms such as fever, aches and pains in muscles and joints, excessive sweating, dizziness, nausea and so on.

Can You Prevent Skin Peeling On The Bottom Of Your Feet?

There are some things you can do to lessen the chances of skin peeling off your feet. Some of these include:

If you have diabetes, you should keep the blood sugar levels under control.

Avoid wearing tight shoes that are too small or narrow for your feet. This can cause blisters and injury on the top of your feet.

Wear socks that are made of natural materials such as cotton as these allow your feet to “breathe”.

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The effect of gallop training on hoof angle in Thoroughbred racehorses by JA Peel, MB Peel, HMS Davies – Equine Veterinary Journal, 2006 – Wiley Online Library

Peel: a reappraisal by B Hilton – The Historical Journal, 1979 – JSTOR

What God Does When Men Lead: The Power and Potential of Regular Guys by B Peel – 2012 – books.google.com