Calluses/Corn normally surface on toes and feet. The beginning of its development is not painful, but after a while, as more as you walk or stand on your feet, the discomfort and pain will appear.
It can interrupt your everyday activities. However, the reasons why you could be experiencing this kind of problem are dry skin, reduced body fat filling, rubbing etc.. Also, people with fragile skin or poor circulation in the feet or diabetes, are at risk too.
Corns and calluses can be treated with many types of medicated products to chemically pare down the thickened, dead skin. But, you should reconsider your decision to use chemicals, because instead of them, you can use natural remedies that will help you more efficiently.
These tricks are very easy. You just need to follow the uncomplicated directions. So, let’s begin:
Bread and vinegar
Take a slice of bread and soak it in white vinegar. At the end, apply it on the callus. Cover it with a gauze and secure with a bandage. Leave it on during the night and take it off in the morning. You will surely be surprised at the results!
Take the peel of an organic lemon and place it on the callus so it would cover the whole area. Secure it with a piece of gauze, and let it stay for the night. Get it off in the morning.
With your finger, apply a little castor oil on the calluses and sleep with it. As soon as you wake up, you’ll be surprised at the effects!