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A swelling at the first joint of the big toe is commonly called a bunion. If you have them, use bunion pads.

A blister is caused by excessive friction on an area. To minimize the chance of getting blisters, use moleskin, bandaids, or gauze on a vulnerable site.

Soft Corns
Soft corns between the toes occur as a result of excessive pressure. Precautions include wrapping lambs wool losely around the toes.

Hard Corns
Hard corns are caused by lots of pressure on an area. Horseshoe shaped pads can be used to take pressure off of them.

Callouses are proctetive devives, so don't worry too much about them. If they get to be too much, simply use a callous file or pumice stone.