I am 54 years old. I had this condition on the soles of both feet for at least a year when I was about 15 years old. I didn’t know what it was and I could not correct the problem. My feet would sweat, only in those areas and I would sit for hours with my shoes off while I studied for school, with tissues on the bottom of my feet to absorb the wetness. The odor was embarrassing. I thought it would never go away. One summer day, I cut the grass in my bare feet. I know that was not a good idea, but I was young. After I cut the grass, the entire bottoms of my feet were green, I suppose with washed my feet and the green came off of my feet, except in the area of the wet, pitted rash areas. Those areas remained green for a few days as I can remember. Although I was not looking for this result when I started cutting the grass, I noticed that the areas dried up, the green faded, and healthy skin replaced the wet, smelly pitted skin. The problem has not returned in almost 40 years.