If a red, itchy rash with blisters forms on your feet, remain calm. Note which shoes you have been wearing most often and put those aside for a time. If you continue to suffer, call our office. A thorough exam will determine the best course of action. If an allergy is suspected, we may order testing to determine the cause. Other foot conditions can also cause itchy feet, so it’s always a good idea to let our foot experts determine the source of your discomfort.
If you are experiencing an allergy to shoes, you are not alone. Manufacturers are now producing hypoallergenic footwear that will leave your feet feeling fine. Knowing the symptoms of shoe allergies will help you respond right away if you see signs of dermatitis on your feet.