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Home Remedies For Corns And Calluses
Corns and calluses are common foot conditions. They're buildups of skin in response to abnormal pressure or friction on the foot. The difference between a corn and a callus is the location. Generally a corn is located on the top or tip of a toe. When located between toes, the buildup of skin is called a soft corn. Calluses are located on the bottom of the foot. Some degree of callus formation on the sole of the foot is normal, because it is our body's way of protecting itself.
Believe us, this is a type of corn you really don't want to eat!
Corns are hard, thick layers of skin that form on the top or side of a toe-calluses form on the soles of your feet. Neither is a serious condition, but you'll probably be more comfortable if you get rid of the shoes (or whatever else) that are causing the friction that leads to corns and calluses.
These remedies should help, too.
The next morning, you should be able to scrape away the calluses. Be sure to wash and rinse your feet thoroughly to get rid of the onion/vinegar smell.
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