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Removing Calluses - Treatment and Home Remedies

What Is a Foot Callus? A callus is a hard, thick patch of skin, usually on the foot. It occurs on the parts of the foot that bear constant weight or pressure, or in places that rub against footwear often. Many people consider foot and toe callus a skin problem, but it is actually an orthopaedic problem. A callus can often be treated with simple home remedies. Home Remedies for Callus Foot Spas A warm foot spa can help in softening a callus. It is a relaxing and effective way to soften dead skin. You can add natural products to the water to further soften the skin, like chamomile tea, baking soda or Epsom/bath salts. They help in softening and their antibacterial and antifungal properties prevent skin infections. A pumice stone is an excellent foot spa tool to scrape away dead skin. Also Read: 5 Common Foot Problems Natural Skin Softeners There are many kinds of natural skin softeners available in our homes, like lemon juice, white vinegar, pineapple and papaya. They hel

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