She Puts A Bread On Her Foot And What Happens Next Is Going To Shock You!

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Small corns or calluses on the feet can result in big trouble. You can't wear your favorite shoes and it aches way too much.
But what if there are easy home remedies to get rid of corns and calluses on your skin? These home remedies are cheaper and more effective than any of the medical treatment and don't cause any harm to your skin as well. 
Some medical treatments will burn out your skin in order to remove the corn or callus but with natural ingredients, this won't happen. Your skin will be free from the corn and will also look natural.

A callus is an overgrowth of the skin usually due to repeated friction after wearing wrong footwear. 

She Puts A Bread On Her Foot And What Happens Next Is Going To Shock You!


It may or may not be painful but it does look too weird for sure. So, here we recommend you some natural ways to get rid of them. 
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Corns are painful in nature. 

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They would even feel hard. Below are some home remedies to get rid of them.
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1. Castor Oil and Apple Cider Vinegar Bath:

1. Castor Oil and Apple Cider Vinegar Bath:


Fill a small tub with warm soapy water then add one cup of castor oil and apple cider vinegar into it. Continue these baths for about 10 days until the corn is completely removed. 
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2. Vitamin E Therapy:

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If you've got those capsules of Vitamin E, open it and then rub the oil on your corn. In a few days, corn will disappear. 
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3. Lemon Peel:

3. Lemon Peel:


Slice a lemon and place it over the area of the corn. Put a sock over it and leave it overnight. Continue this practice until the corn is no more there. 
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4. Onion and White Vinegar:

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This treatment should also be practiced overnight. Soak the onion in white vinegar and leave it there overnight. You can do this for as many nights as you wish until the corn disappears. 
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5. Bread and Apple Cider Vinegar. 

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Soak a piece of bread in apple cider vinegar and put it over the callus or corn. Secure it with some plastic wrap and leave it on overnight. By the morning, your callus would be soft enough to come off its own. 
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6. Castor Oil:

6. Castor Oil:


Castor oil proves to be an effective remedy in softening corns. You can apply a little bit of castor oil in the area of corn during the day and keep applying it as much time as you can or want to. 
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7. Alcohol and Aspirin: 

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Crush about 10 aspirin tablets and add a drop of apple cider vinegar or alcohol into it.
Apply this mix liberally on the area of the corn and leave it there for 10-15 minutes. Use a pumice stone on your feet later to clean out the dead skin on your feet. 
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8. Epsom Salt Bath: 

Small corns or calluses
This method may take longer than usual methods but it is very relaxing nonetheless. Soak your feet in warm water and add some Epsom salts into it. 
Let your feet soak into it for about 15 minutes after that use a pumice feet and gently rub it in the area of the corn or callus.

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Darren Brown
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November 19, 2016 at 8:36 AM delete

I was a bit confused while choosing a callus remover as there are so many types of callus removers available in the market, so I decided to read reviews at www.paincare.org, as it could help getting the right product that can help curing my foot.

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