Fighting Corns and Calluses – Try these Home Remedies

Both calluses and corns are a very common problem between both men and women. The are most visible during the summer months. There irritations occur due to sores of the top layers of the skin, friction or excessive pressure.

One of the most common cases of corn is the walking or running with unfit shoes. Even if you are standing for a longer period of time can lead to corns.

Fighting Corns and Calluses

Fighting Corns and Calluses

It usually only takes taking off the pressure to make it go away, but sometimes it takes more than that. So, if you find yourself coping with this kind of an issue, here are some home remedies that will get you back to normal in no time.

1. Aloe Vera – this plant has the power to reduce the inflammation and and re-hydrate the problematic areas, which will help in speeding up the healing process.

Just take some fresh Aloe Vera gel, apply it on the parts where it sores and leave it on for 10 minutes. Rinse it off with warm water.

2. Vitamin E – it will stimulate the process of healing, just one capsule over the callus and leave it for half an hour. Do this every day until the sores go away.

3. Toothpaste – they contain mint and baking soda, making them a perfect remedy for your calluses. Apply some toothpaste on the affected areas and leave it for two hours.

Rinse off with warm water and apply moisturizer. Repeat this two or three times a day. Be careful not to use teeth-whitening toothpaste.

4. Chamomile – it will reduce the pain and swelling from the affected areas, just make a strong chamomile tea, leave it to cool on a room temperature.

Then take some cotton balls, soak them in the tea and apply them on the areas. Leave it for 15 minutes, and repeat this process several times during the day.

5. Apple cider vinegar – once the blisters stop, the apple cider vinegar can prevent further infections. Just be careful not to apply much of it for it will give you a stinging feeling.

6. Black / Green tea – basically you will need to to the same thing as you did with the chamomile tea. Soak some cotton balls in the tea, previously cooled at a room temperature, and leave the cotton balls on the affected areas for 15 minutes. Repeat this process several times within the day.

7. Curcumin – it will ease the pain, prevent an inflammation and infection. Create a paste from one teaspoon of curcumin with some water.

Apply it directly on the sore parts and leave it on or 15 minutes. Repeat this treatment twice a day until you see results.

At the very end, note that you should never ever pop the blisters for you might worsen the situation. If you feel a lot of pain, then wash your hands, take an unused needle and clean it with alcohol, pierce the blister from the side.

Then let the liquid drain out of it, wash the area with water and soap, put a bandage over it and change it regularly. Finally, don’t ever remove the top part of any blister unless puss is coming out or it is extremely dirty.

John Borsov

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