Super-Easy Treatment to Get Rid of Corns and Calluses at Home

Corns, calluses and cracked heels are a common problem, especially in women. They occur when something rubs against the foot repeatedly or causes excess pressure against part of the foot. If the thickening of skin occurs on the bottom of the foot, it’s called a callus. If it occurs on the top of the foot (or toe), it’s called a corn.

Here’s the best natural remedy for corns and calluses. Just follow the steps below:

1. Crush 10 aspirin tablets and pour the powder in 250 ml of rubbing alcohol. Mix well.

2. Let the mixture sit for two days. Soak a bandage in this mix and apply it to your foot (shake well before soaking the bandage). Use it every night before bedtime.

3. Cover the foot with plastic wrap and put a cotton sock over. Let it work overnight and wash your feet the next morning. Finally, apply glycerin or a fat cream on the calluses.

If you follow these 3 steps strictly, you’ll get rid of corns and calluses in no more than 2 weeks.

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