Cornstarch: To keep your skin dry and reduce pain created by moisture, sprinkle cornstarch between your toes and watch this powder work its magic.
Vinegar: Soften skin by applying a cotton ball soaked in vinegar and tape it to your corn or callus. Leave on overnight. In the morning, rub the area with a pumice stone and watch dry, scaly, flaky skin disappear.
Lemon juice: Mix 1 tablespoon lemon juice and 5 or 6 crushed aspirin tablets. Apply the paste directly to your corns and calluses and wrap your feet in a plastic bag.
Leave wraps on for 10 minutes, allowing the acidity to soften hardened skin. Then, gently rub your corn or callus with a pumice stone.
Pumice powder and stones: These are used for scouring pans and are very useful for sloughing away dead skin. After soaking your feet in warm water for about 20 minutes, use a pumice stone to rub away those corns and calluses.