Collection: Shoes For Ingrown Toenails

An ingrown toe nail occurs when the nail grows into the flesh of the toe instead of over it. Ingrown toenails are particularly common on the big toe and people with thick nails or heavily curved nails tend to be at a higher risk of developing ingrown toe nails. Although anyone can suffer from an ingrown nail, poorly fitting shoes, injury and improperly trimmed nails are some of the most common reasons that they occur.

RECOMMENDATION FOR TREATMENT: The simplest way to eliminate and avoid ingrown toenails is to proper trim your toenails. Toenails should be trimmed regularly but not cut too short. Using a safety nail clipper, cut the nails straight across, being sure that the nail corner is visible. To avoid irritating an ingrown toenail, wear comfortable, well fitting shoes with plenty of room in the toe box. At Healthy Feet Store, we offer a selection of some of the best shoes for ingrown toenails available.