Wet feet can turn into pitted keratolysis when you keep them damp for a long time, like if you are running and sweating. Photo: Shutterstock Wet feet can turn into pitted keratolysis when you keep them damp for a long time, like if you are running and sweating. Photo: Shutterstock
Wet feet can turn into pitted keratolysis when you keep them damp for a long time, like if you are running and sweating. Photo: Shutterstock

Hiking and Running

Are your feet turning white and soft, with little holes in the skin, when you run or sweat? You might have pitted keratolysis

  • The odorous condition, which can look like Swiss cheese if it gets too serious, is an easily-remedied bacterial infection

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Wet feet can turn into pitted keratolysis when you keep them damp for a long time, like if you are running and sweating. Photo: Shutterstock Wet feet can turn into pitted keratolysis when you keep them damp for a long time, like if you are running and sweating. Photo: Shutterstock
Wet feet can turn into pitted keratolysis when you keep them damp for a long time, like if you are running and sweating. Photo: Shutterstock
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