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What are some home remedies to deal with corns and calluses?

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Dr. Oliver Wang
Podiatry
5 doctors agree

In brief: Soaking, Pumice

Stay away from store bought corn pads which contain acid.
They may taken off the corn but also take away good skin which can create ulcers and bone infection. The best home remedy is to soak the corns and rub them off with a pumice or callus file. Also need to moisturize the skin to reduce friction when walking which increase the frequency of callus formation.

In brief: Soaking, Pumice

Stay away from store bought corn pads which contain acid.
They may taken off the corn but also take away good skin which can create ulcers and bone infection. The best home remedy is to soak the corns and rub them off with a pumice or callus file. Also need to moisturize the skin to reduce friction when walking which increase the frequency of callus formation.
Dr. Oliver Wang
Dr. Oliver Wang
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Dr. Michael Fisher
Dermatology

In brief: Corns and calluses

Grind a few Aspirin tablets and make a paste of it by adding some lemon juice.
Apply this paste on the affected areas of skin. Cover the area with a towel soaked in warm water and wrap in a plastic cover. After about 8 to 10 minutes, uncover it and gently rub the area with a pumice stone and wash it off with cold water. Repeat this process to eliminate the calluses from your skin. Do not use this.

In brief: Corns and calluses

Grind a few Aspirin tablets and make a paste of it by adding some lemon juice.
Apply this paste on the affected areas of skin. Cover the area with a towel soaked in warm water and wrap in a plastic cover. After about 8 to 10 minutes, uncover it and gently rub the area with a pumice stone and wash it off with cold water. Repeat this process to eliminate the calluses from your skin. Do not use this.
Dr. Michael Fisher
Dr. Michael Fisher
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