Calluses are very annoying, but they are not a problem. Take some time for a little skin care and it will be healthy again.
The solutions we propose today are effective even for the most serious cases, when it seems that your skin has become rough forever. Uncomfortable footwear, obesity and even spinal problems – this set of problems may cause calluses.
The sooner you start treatment, the sooner your skin will regain its normal appearance. Check your kitchen cabinets – there you will find all the necessary ingredients!
Before remove the calluses, exfoliate it a little with a pumice stone, so the treatment will be more effective.
How to remove calluses
Garlic softens the skin, kills bacteria and fungi because it is a natural antiseptic! Crush 3-4 garlic cloves, mix them with 1 tablespoon of olive oil and apply the paste on the callus. Wrap the affected area with gauze. Repeat daily before bedtime for 7-10 days and you’ll get rid of the annoying callus.
Massage the callus with fresh onion or onion juice. Bandage the area. After 10 days of proceedings the callus can be removed easily – rough skin becomes smoother.
Dip a cotton swab in vinegar and apply it on the affected area. Put a first aid plaster over. After 3 hours the procedure can be repeated. Vinegar disinfects the skin and has antifungal effects, so that a superficial callus can be removed in a few days.
Lemon + aspirin
Grind six aspirin pills and mix them with a little lemon juice. Apply the mixture on the callus then wrap the affected area with food wrap. Wrap a hot bandage over (a towel or a cloth soaked in hot water).
Remove the food wrap and the bandage after 15 minutes, thoroughly wash the affected area and rub with a pumice stone.
Small calluses can be easily removed with this method!
For more complicated cases, the procedure can be repeated daily.
Rub your calluses with castor oil in the morning and before bedtime and you’ll get rid of them in two weeks.
In fact, the castor oil is a great solution for prophylaxis because it effectively prevents callus occurrence.
Mashed tomato compress
Tomato puree softens the skin and gradually removes calluses. Apply it on the callus and wrap it in food wrap. You can apply a hot compress over. After an hour wash the area and rub with a pumice stone.
Comfortable shoes and careful skin care will help prevent callus occurrence. After any of the procedures above we recommended applying emollient creams, but keep in mind that butter the most effective “cream”!
Grease your feet with butter, put some socks on and leave it to soak overnight. In just 2 weeks your skin will become incredibly soft and tender!