are usually located on the top of the toe or on the side of the small toe.
Other common foot ailments are hard corns
(lumps of hard skin on bony areas), soft corns (areas of spongy skin usually in between toes) and bunions (when bones grow out in the wrong direction).
look like a pea, whereas soft ones are more rubbery and between the toes.
appear as a plug of skin, usually at the top of toes and underneath toenails at the site of a bunion.
The more common are hard corns
- small, shiny lumps on the tops of toes, the little toe, or the soles.