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• Beginning runners or walkers will almost always acquire a few small watery blisters as mileage increases. With more exercise, the skin adapts by becoming tougher, particularly in the specific areas of the foot that take more pressure and wear.
• There is a wide genetic variability in callus production. A tiny woman may produce larger calluses than an NFL football player. But even those with a strong tendency will experience callus shrinkage if the friction is reduced.
• Recurrent blisters, blood blisters, or large calluses are a sign that the foot is going through stressful and excessive motion. Shoes that don’t fit correctly can also be a cause.
• Anyone may get a blister in long or difficult events. Heat, friction, and moisture are the components that cause blisters. Long duration of exposure to these factors or high quantities of any one of them can produce one or more, during one workout.
• A rim of hard callus around the heel is nearly always caused by wearing sandals, flip-flops, loose fitting women’s flats, or an orthotic rim that does not match the heel shape.