How To Remove Foot Callus

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Getting some calluses on your feet might be very troubling and annoying for some. But the good thing is that it is just very easy to get rid of. You will just need to have the right kinds of products, practices and a little bit of patience.

So, the next time you get to feel something uneasy, more like a blister, and becomes hard like a patch of thick and dead skin, this article will surely help you out with that. Follow these tips we have and you’ll surely say goodbye to that unlively, dead skin and again say hello to your flawless, smooth and beautiful feet as soon as possible.

Soak the callus every night

Every night, try to soak your affected foot in a container, half full with warm water combined with baking soda. The level of water should be enough to cover your feet. This will soften and eventually break down the skin cells and the callus itself. You may also want to have an Epsom salt bath as it can make your skin soft while giving you that soothing feel. However, you must completely dry your skin wholly after soaking. The perfect time to do this is before you go to bed.

Rub some lactic acid on your affected foot

Before you go to sleep, you may want to try rubbing a lactic acid foot cream on the affected area of your feet. It will degrade and break down the cells overnight while you are asleep. Make it even more effective by putting on a sock after you applied it. You also don’t have to worry about moisture as the cream will quickly and fully absorb your skin whatever condition it has.

Use a specialized callus remover tool

You can try removing your callus off your feet by using an electric callus remover as you wake up in the morning, just before you go to shower. It may seem yucky as dead skin will just fly through the air like powder, but it is actually soothing and comforting. Do this regimen just the right amount to just smooth off your skin’s surface. Anyways it is only made to remove the excess and dried skin and using it for too long might actually damage your skin. After using this callus remover tool, it would be nice to have a warm shower before drying off.

Regularly moisturize your feet

As soon as you get rid of your callus, you may also want to consider applying some nightly footcare products. Feet creams complete with all of the essential nutrients and vitamins that will surely soothe and soften your feet is probably the most perfect one.

Wear some cushions

It would take a few weeks to have your calluses healed. And of course, you can’t just stop your life just because you have some calluses. As you get back to your life, start by applying a callus cushion to the callus. This will absorb any pressure that will decrease the pain and prevent it from growing.

Calluses are really something that is very annoying. Consider the tips we have given you and you will surely get the smoothest skin on your feet.

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Author: Brian Ester

"A callus, also known as hyperkeratosis, is a thick and thick skin area that may appear on the foot, hand or on the outside of your thumb. If it is not treated, it can become a serious problem for us. How advanced technology is today, it is a pity to let this little problem ruin our pleasant moments of life."