Saturday, March 5, 2016

Do you have corns and calluses that you cannot get rid off?

Corns and calluses can be annoying, but your body actually forms them to protect sensitive skin. Corns and calluses are often confused with one another.
Corns generally occur on the tops and sides of the feet. A hard corn is a small patch of thickened, dead skin with a central core. A soft corn has a much thinner surface and usually occurs between the 4th and 5th toes. A seed corn is a tiny, discrete callous that can be very tender if it's on aweight-bearing part of the foot. Seed corns tend to occur on the bottom of the feet, and some doctors believe this condition is caused by plugged sweat ducts.
Calluses can develop on hands, feet, or anywhere there is repeated friction -- even on a violinist's chin. Like corns, calluses have several variants. The common callus usually occurs when there's been a lot of rubbing against the hands or feet. A plantar callus is found on the bottom of the foot.

Symptoms and signs of corns and calluses include
  • a thick, hard patch of skin;
  • bump on the skin;
  • area of flaky, dry skin;
  • pain or tenderness of the affected area.

I removed most my Calluses with the Rechargeable Electric Callus Remover by Foot Love, Only One with 3 Rollers & Travel Case. Powerful Foot File Tool to Remove Hard, Cracked, Dead Skin Fast. Professional Pedicure at Home - Spa Like Best Results

It took about 3 weeks, I was doing it about 3 times per week at home. This kit is the best device I have used and that really work. I tried many creams, and other tools with no luck. 
I start by soaking my feet first in salt water and lavender essential oil for about 15 minutes. I use warm water and it feels so good and relaxing. Then I start with the electric callus remover.

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