That’s not to say that some people aren’t born with bunions, but the majority of bunions can be traced back to poor foot biomechanics and poor environment (flat surfaces). Sometimes it’s the choice of footwear. None of us were born to walk on hard, flat surfaces, rather on soft, unstable surfaces like grass, sand, dirt, rocks. The biomechanics of the feet will not function properly on hard, flat surfaces. They simply can’t. There is a reason your feet are in pain. If you don’t have them, be glad. If you do have them, I suggest having your feet checked for biomechanical malfunctions, and review non-surgical solutions before surgery. The bump or prominence that characterizes this health problem may become reddened and enlarged in people who wear inappropriate footwear, or footwear that does not accommodate your deformed forefoot. Instead of your shoe being the shape of your foot—although it might be in some parts of your shoe—your bunion begins to shape the end of your shoe and an observable expansion develops in that location. This shoe molding is not without its consequences for your bunion, however. The pressure from your shoe on your big toe bump or prominence may irritate the skin on the side and top of your bump. While blisters are usually temporary, bunions can stay around for a while and worsen in their condition. Usually what causes bunions are, like blisters, ill-fitting shoes in the first place! In addition, just the shape of the shoe can cause/aggravate bunions, namely too-narrow toe boxes that push the toes together such as occurs in cowboy boots or pointy high heels. A bunion is a bony bump at the base of your big toe and causes the toe to lean toward the other toes. Corns can range from a slight thickening of the skin to a painful, hard bump, and often form on top of buckled toe joints (hammer toes). Dry feet is a very common and potentially painful condition. I have seen many people suffer from cracked heels, itchy and dry feet. Believe me, it can make even the simple act of walking, very painful. Skin problems dealing with the feet may appear at any age. Whether from work, the environment or a physical condition such as psoriasis, eczema, diabetes, or dermatitis , the skin on your feet is actually very vulnerable to problems. Since there are 2000 pores on the bottom of the feet and they are the largest pores anywhere on the body, great care is essential. Laser bunion surgery is a procedure aimed to help people get treated from this problem. Apart from surgery, there are other approaches that can help this problem even when people are at home. However, bunion problems can be simple problems especially if they're not causing any pain to people. Majority of these people especially women can feel an extreme pain. People who feel minor pain need not to undergo the surgery procedure because of the fact that they can get several procedures done at home to help them solve this pain problem.