How to Remove Callouses?


You can remove calluses by soaking your feet in baking soda and warm water. Add 2 to 3 tablespoons to warm water and soak for approximately 30 minutes. Dry your feet completely and add some cornstarch. Then you want to take a cloth and soak it in vinegar. Tape the cloth to your affected areas and leave over night. Once you remove the cloth, use a pumice stone to remove any excess dead skin.
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1. Soak your feet in warm, soapy water for a minimum of five minutes to soften the skin on the soles. 2. Gently rub a pumice stone or foot file back and forth across the callous.
if its thin just always apply moisturizing cream or lotion. if its thick already you can soak it first then gently sand it with pumice stone and then apply a moisturizer.
Begin the pedicure by soaking your feet in warm water. Not only does this feel really
I think you have answered your own question. Shoewear is the prime suspect- your heels are not helping at all. If you want to get rid of the problem then find deeper and better shoes
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