A callus is a build-up of hard skin, usually on the underside of the foot that often develop on the feet in response to pressure or friction.
They are more common among people who wear ill-fitting shoes, have sweaty feet, and those who stand for long periods each day, or by a skin abnormality.
They happen when the skin tries to protect an underlying area from injury, pressure or rubbing, proper care is necessary if you have a callus.
Calluses don’t indicate a medical problem and they aren’t a reason to seek emergency care. If you’d like to get rid of your calluses because you don’t like how they look, there are some natural remedies you can try at home.
Epsom salt is regarded as an exfoliator. They can help soften calluses in preparation for other treatments, such as manual exfoliation with a pumice stone or foot file.
The fine grains of the salt dissolves to relax your muscles and soothe your skin, try adding a handful of Epsom salts to a bath or basin of warm water, then soaking the affected skin for 10 minutes.
Sodium bicarbonate or baking soda is your solution for a number of skin problems, is an alternative to commercial exfoliating creams.
Its antibacterial and antifungal properties prevent infections.
Soak your feet in a solution of baking soda and warm water for 15 minutes. Now rub the corn and callus with a pumice stone.
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