Since the Crocs hit the market in the 2000s they did not become popular until ten years later. Now, the Crocs are an alternative to sandals, flip-flops, shoes, etc. They are especially popular between children and adolescents. They are much more comfortable than the usual footwear, but some studies have proven that the Crocs can have some serious side-effects on your health.
Dr. Meagan Leahy says that wearing Crocs every day can cause nail problems, toe deformities, corns and calluses, etc. You can also get a plantar fasciitis, a case when the plantar fascia, the tendon which connects your heel bone to your toes, becomes inflamed and weakened and can disable your movement.
Crocs also contain highly cancerous substances that can be absorbed through your skin, shows a lab analysis conducted in Germany, made on 10 different types of plastic cogs.
However, if you still want to wear Crocs, at least you should make sure that you are actually buying real Crocs, not some cheap knock-offs that contain cancerous chemicals. You should also wear socks to reduce the amount of contact that the Crocs material has with your skin.