You will need
- - warm water;
- - pumice stone;
- - the patch.
- - protective pads;
- - orthotics;
- - salicylic acid.
Before proceeding to the treatment of corns, make sure that they are not caused by diseases associated with poor circulation. These include diabetes, peripheral neuropathy, lesions of peripheral arteries, etc. In this case, local treatment will bring only temporary relief, so you need to deal with the underlying disease.
For surgical or laser removal blisters, contact your physician or pedicure salon. In any case don't cut the callus yourself, especially if you have diabetes or any chronic disease.
To reduce the size of corns or callus, soak the foot in warm water, then scrape off the rough skin with pumice. When you do this, attach a patch to a neighboring finger so he doesn't get hurt.
Always choose comfortable shoes with a wide toe box. In such shoes, the toes are less likely to RUB against each other and the pressure on corn will decrease.
Buy at the pharmacy or orthopedic salon protective pads moleskin ' or a special insole, softening calluses. Silicone pads are inserted between the fingers and take the desired shape by the heat. They prevent contact and friction of the fingers.
If you don't have diabetes, use to soften calluses salicylic acid. After the skin softens, wash the corn with a pumice stone. Be very careful and try not to damage the surrounding skin.
Take care of your feet, wash more often and soften the skin with lotion or a fat cream that contains castor, olive, corn, linseed oil. Please note, if you have dry skin calluses often bleed and burst.
If folk remedies do not help, consult your doctor. There are blisters that are impossible to bring band-AIDS and pads to remove them requires the assistance of a surgeon.