the skin on the bottom of my feet turns white when wet. its only the skin on my heel, ball, instep and beneath my toes that does this. i use a pumice stone and moisturize, but no doctor has been able to help. i have not idea what this could be, the doctor says the skin is healthy and that there is a good blood flow. i really want this to go away, its so embarrassing.
you have hyperhydrosis: increase sweating of the feet.
the extra moisture causes the skin to look whitish. i recommended soaking your foot in epson salts and warm water to dry out the feet. then, spray anti-perspirants to the soles of your feet to keep them from oversweating. if that doesn't work, buy drysol (which can be purchased online or at any drug store)...apply this nightly b/f going to sleep
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