How To Remove Corns & Foot Calluses Naturally
Having healthy and pretty feet year-round is important, but it becomes even more important during the summer when we’re ready to show our feet off in some cute sandals or while sashaying on the beach. An estimated 87 percent of adults in the U.S. have some type of foot problem and one of the most common problems is calluses. Calluses may not be as painful or unsightly as their good friends, corns, but they are just as rough and tough.
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The patches of tough skin usually form on the ball or heel of the foot, where the most weight is placed. As we get older, the padding on the bottoms of our feet become thinner, causing calluses to develop more easily. If you’re between pedicures or want to care for your feet inexpensively at home, there are several natural do-it-yourself remedies to get rid of calluses and prevent them from forming.
How To Remove Corns (A 6-Step Process):