calluses on the feet are thick and hard skin that develop when the skin is protected against friction and pressure layer. You can also develop in the hands, fingers or any part of the body where friction is not repeated.
Corns are yellowish or pale yellow. lumps they feel when touched, but generally this feeling is rare because very thick skin calluses on the site makes it less sensitive to touch.
high heels are the worst offenders. Other risk factors include deformities of the feet and wearing shoes or sandals without socks.
generally are not painful, but pain can become if you let them grow.
This is how to soften unsightly calluses on YOUR FEET
soaked in vinegar PAN
Soak half a slice of stale bread in apple cider vinegar and place directly on the damaged skin. Secure it with tape. Wrap with plastic wrap and slip in a cotton sock. His callus should go away in the morning.
apple cider vinegar helps soften hard skin and accelerate the healing process.
Epsom salt SOAK
Epsom salt accelerates the process of softening the hard callus made of thick dead skin.
1. Fill a tub with warm water and add a handful of Epsom salt. Mix well.
2. Soak your feet for 10 minutes.
3. Rub the callus with a pumice stone in a circular motion for a few minutes.
4. Wash your feet and dry with a towel.
5. Apply some moisturizer.
6. Repeat this process as needed until the callus is recovered completely.
Important: If a callus becomes very painful or swollen, see your doctor. Seek the advice of your doctor about the proper care of corns and if you have diabetes or another condition that affects blood circulation to his feet as even a minor foot injury can lead to an infected open wound.