How can I get rid of a callous on the bottom of my foot.?

Callus. A painful callus can arise over areas of increased friction or pressure. Try to offload the painful area with some type of over the counter padding. Also, topical therapies that contain urea or salycilic acid can be helpful to thin out the thickened callus.
Pumice Stone. Try using a pumice stone. If you are diabetic or have poor circulation, you should have it taken care of by your podiatrist.

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There's a blister on my foot that feels like a callous. There is dark red under the skin. I've had it a while. Is it a blood blister? How do I get rid

Blood blister. It could be a blood blister - these can take a few weeks to reabsorb. Other dark red skin lesions include hemangiomas, which are basically abnormal collections of blood vessels. Read more...
Have it evaluated. Some causes of corns or calluses include: friction, pressure, repetitive trauma, and a limitation of joint motion. Some may develop bleeding under the callus resulting in a darkened discoloration of the underlying skin. You may benefit with the use of a special topical moisturize and the use of a pumice stone or an emory board. Consult with your podiatrist and determine the best approach for you. Read more...

Callus under palm of foot I've gotten pedicures, and I continue to trim down the callus and it continues to bring pain in my foot about 2 weeks after the treatment. Is there anything I can do to get rid of it, or what am I doing wrong?

I . I would visit a podiatrist or dermatologist to verify it is a callus as opposed to a corn or wart (which would be treated differently). See a picture and read more about wart treatment at the link below. I hope that helps! Read more...
See a podiatrist. You can try using a silicone metatarsal pad. But the problem may be due to a nerve irritation and a bone problem. Read more...
NEED FOR CUSHION! Most shoes aren't always what is bad, usually it's the crummy insoles they come with! there are many possibe reasons that you may have pain in the foot, but try cushioning arch supports like spenco polysorb cross-trainers(http://www.Spenco.Com/products/footcare/poly-sorb). If these don't help, see a podiatrist.... Surgery may help too, depending on a accurate diagnosis. Read more...