How can you get rid of the hard skin on feet?

Pumice stone. Moisturize your feet. You can use a pumice stone. If it is very thick or very hard you can see podiatrist who can do this for you rather quickly and then could possibly provide a plan to avoid it from occuring from a biomechanical perspective.
Creams. There are multiple over the counter creams that contain small amounts of urea which is intended to soften the calluses. You can also get a prescription version of the cream with higher urea contents. I prefer 40% urea creams. See a podiatrist. They can trim the calluses and get you started using some of these creams.

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How do you you get rid of the hard skin on the feet caused by moccasin type athletes foot?

You must. Treat the fungus infection. After the infection is gone use a urea based skin cream. Read more...
Heel fissures. Heel fissures can be painful if left untreated. Moccasin foot fungus usually accompanies this and should be treated with an anti fungal medication. Also the heel fissures should be treated with urea cream that would help to soften the hard skin. A pumice stone can then be used to gently exfoliate the hard skin. See your podiatrist for treatment. Read more...

How to get rid of hard skin on feet fingers?

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Can you tell me how to get rid of hard skin or corn on my feet?

Remove cause. Hard or thick skin forms in response to pressure. Remove the pressure, thick skin doesn't form. Sadly this often requires surgery ie. hammertoe correction. Read more...
A foot doctor. Will trim them for you and evaluate you to figure out if they can be permenantly removed. . Read more...

The soles of my feet have developed hard skin that heat up when I run, what is it and how do I get rid of it?

Activity related. It all depends on the type of activity you do on a daily basis. If you run frequently make sure that the shoe you are wearing is appropriate for the activity. If you are experiencing burning pain there is a syndrome called talar tunnel syndrome which is nerve irritation especially in those that put pressure on their feet a lot. If prolonged persistent symptoms try to see a podiatrist. Read more...