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I have been thinking for a long time to write an article that concerns a lot of people, but unfortunately, they do not find the solution and this has to do with nail fungus, corns and calluses.

What are these diseases and how are they caused? There is a solution?
I hear from many who say that they take pills, apply ointments, cosmetic creams but they don’t see result. How can one get rid of them?
So, I turned to Imperial feet Greece & Cyprus (you can read about the company here) so that they can give us their lights as experts on the subject.

Thank you very much for agreeing to help me with the article.

Tell me what is nail fungus, how is it caused and what is the treatment you suggest?

- It is very important to know about the causes and treatment of fungal infections, especially onychomycosis.

Causes of nail changes and the development of fungal infections:

• Predisposition (congenital deformities of the sole and toes).

• Poor blood circulation, or even injury or pressure.

• Influence of harmful substances (drugs, etc.).

• Diabetes

• Infection of the nails (onychomycosis, etc.).


The term "onychomycosis" means a fungal infection of the nail. Onychomycosis is known to be caused by dermatophytes, non-dermatophytes, hairy plants and candida. The incidence of onychomycosis is extremely high, affecting one or more fingernails and toenails. It usually begins with a white or yellow spot that appears below the tip of the nail and as the infection progresses deeper into the nail, it causes the color to deteriorate. The coexistence of different fungi in the same nail is quite common. The dermatophytes that infect the nails, depending on their location, cause peripheral, central, or even total onychomycosis.

There are many types of fungi that can infect nails. These tiny organisms live in warm and humid environments. They penetrate the skin from small cuts that are not visible to the naked eye. They can also go through a small separation that may exist between the nail and the skin of the nail layer below. Infection occurs when the nails are repeatedly exposed to hot and humid environment which favors the growth and spread of fungi.
For this reason, toenails are easily affected because they are in a wet and warm environment inside the shoes. Also, toenails are more vulnerable to fungal infections because blood circulation is not as good as on the hands.
Skin sores, nail lesions or the presence of another infection facilitate fungal infection. Nail fungus can persist forever if left untreated.

We recommend the Nail Mycosis Gel solution of Imperial Feet
This product has been recognized for over 20 years and is recommended by health professionals around the world.
It has fast and above all sure results and is suitable for diabetics.

Instructions for use: Apply 2 times daily and continue until the infection is cured and the nail returns to its normal state. The results become visible immediately with the appearance of new nails. Continue to use the product after recovery for another 6 weeks, once a day.
Professionals can do the initial treatment themselves to show their customers exactly how to use it at home and sell the product to them. And every 20 days to check the progress of their client's treatment and carefully cut the nails forward not too deep to help and grow faster.

How is callus and goodness caused? What should one do to relieve them?

The formation of callus (scientifically called calluses), is a result of the excessive pressure that the foot receives at a certain point. Before the appearance of the callus there is necrosis and damage of the soft tissue on the protrusions of the bones of the legs. The most common areas of calluses are the big toe and sole, as well as the top of the first and / or second toe joint.

In addition, the ulcers that appear on the feet of patients with diabetes are surrounded by a callus ring.
Equally common are corns of the sole, outside of the big & small toes, the area of the metatarsus under the toes and the heels.
Usually these are due to lack of proper care and tight shoes.

The prevention and proper care of corns & calluses but also their correct and timely treatment are important interventions to reduce the risk of developing ulcers.
The herbal ingredients of Imperial Feet with proper application following the instructions of the company, allow the safe and painless removal of corns & calluses.

It is very important when we find a serious problem, especially ulcers, to always turn to specialists such as a certified podiatrist / foot therapist or a professional technician with sufficient knowledge of therapeutic pedicure, which in turn finds a serious problem should refer us to a specialist Podiatrist or our doctor.
Proper care of our feet & nails is not a luxury. It's Health!

We recommend the Corns and Calluses cream of Imperial Feet

Instructions for use: Apply a sufficient amount of cream to the areas you have corns or calluses. Cover the affected area with soft gauze or kitchen film for as long as needed depending on the problem. Then remove the gauze and the dead skin cells (flakes) by making gentle circular motions for 3” minutes.
For better results in advanced calluses, we recommend the use of kitchen foil which gives better results to the sufferer on top of the cream, which we leave overnight during sleep and the next morning we remove it and wash our feet.
Do not use the product for more than 3 consecutive days. Do not use the product on cracks and open wounds.

Professionals will find all Imperial Feet products on the official website of the company and can also register in the B2B e-shop / Wholesale to page’s menu. You can also follow them on social media Facebook and Instagram.

You can also contact Imperial Feet Greece & Cyprus at Tel. +30 210.6777800 or at the
Mr. Tassos Venoukas thank you very much for your cooperation and for helping me with this article and I am sure we will say it again because IMPERIAL FEET have very interesting products for professionals and for consumers for their home care.

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