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Medic for Calluses on Feet

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9. Sea Salt

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Sea salt works as a natural scrub to help get rid of dead, dry skin. This in turn helps repair callused feet.

  1. Mix together equal amounts of sea salt and olive oil and set it aside.
  2. Soften the callused area by soaking your feet in warm water for 10 minutes.
  3. Gently scrub the paste over the callused areas in circular motions for a few minutes.
  4. Rinse your feet with warm water and pat dry.
  5. Rub moisturizing cream, lotion or oil on your feet.
  6. Follow this remedy once daily until the calluses are healed completely.

10. Chamomile

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Chamomile is another popular remedy for calluses. This herb has a soothing effect on the skin and its anti-inflammatory properties help reduce the discomfort.

  • Brew one to two cups of chamomile tea. Fill a small foot tub with some water and add the chamomile tea to it. Soak your feet in this soothing water for 10 minutes. Do this daily for a few days in the evening before going to bed. This will help keep your feet moisturized overnight.
  • You can also prepare a mixture with one teaspoon of dried chamomile, one teaspoon of lemon juice and one crushed garlic clove. Mix it well and apply it to the affected area. Repeat once or twice daily until the callus is gone.

Additional Tips

  • Never try to remove calluses by cutting or slicing them as it increases the risk of infection.
  • Make sure to wear comfortable footwear. If your footwear is tight or does not fit properly, change it immediately.
  • Wear shoes made from natural materials, such as leather.
  • Sprinkle a small amount of cornstarch on the inside soles of your shoes. This will help keep your feet dry and free from infections.
  • Avoid heels whenever possible if you have calluses on your feet.
  • Pad your shoes with shoe liners designed to get rid of calluses.
  • Along with shoes, you must wear socks that fit properly. Make sure to wear cotton socks only.

See a physician if your calluses do not respond to these home remedies and tips or if your skin is painful or inflamed.

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18 thoughts on “Medic for Calluses on Feet”

  1. My feet is too dry with and pain like stamping on needles with hard cullases I really cannot walk properly I would like to know a treatment and a lotion to make it soft it look like I’m walking with bones in the ground please I need help because my work need me to stand the whole day working about kid in an ECD centre thank you.

  2. Yes it worked for me , but they are coming back again different spot at the bottom of my feet? I always go to see feet podiatry, he cut the dead skin off and burn it ( he is said that the root)!

  3. I put aspirin , baking soda , lemon slices ,apple cider vinegar with some hot water and body wash soap. It feels Ana smells great . Currently soaking for 15 mins

  4. I have what appears to be a callus (2) on the back of my neck, and nothing seems to work. They’re very small, but I don’t like them as they don’t belong there!!! I’ve tried several natural treatments, but after 6 months they’re still around.
    I’ll try the vinegar deal, but any other suggestions will be appreciated.
    Thanks

    1. You may want to have your blood sugar checked. Sometimes having thickened skin on your neck can be a sign of health problems including blood sugar issues. Often the thickened skin is darker then the rest of your skin but not always. It may be nothing but better safe than sorry.

  5. My son works on floors (scraping, waxing, buffing) and is on his feet 8 hours at night, 5 days a week. One foot has developed calluses which he has gotten rid of using a pumice stone, but now he has scabs that have all gone under the skin area…lots of scab tissue creating an under the surface skin lump. He has tried the acid ointment given to him by a foot doctor (to no avail) and the epson salt soaking, all to no avail. The doctor said they might have to cut it out…which means time from work for surgery & recovery. Does anyone have suggestions for this situation???
    Diana

  6. Does anyone know which of these treatments works the best? If in fact, you’ve tried a couple of these at home remedies of course. I have callus from dancing for years. Now under neath the big toe it gets painful at times. I’d like to try the best treatment, that works quickly, before I go to the doctor. Also, my feet are always in pain at the end of the day, from work. So if anyone can add how to also soothing tired achy feet, that would be a bonus! Thank you in advance to anyone who responds to this, I appreciate your time and any information. 🙂 🙂

  7. Hi all, I was hoping someone would be as so kind as to providing me with your insight. I have a few questions for anyone who has tried these at home remedies;

    •Without time as a factor (as in the treatments that take a while longer, which works best?

    •With time as a factor, (as in less than two weeks, one week would be ideal) which works the BEST quickly?

    •Also, does the callus come back?

    I have had callus from dancing for year. Now, present day, I still have callus under the area of the big toe and heels and it gets painful at times. I’d like to try the best treatment, that works quickly, before I go to the doctor. Also, my feet are always in pain at the end of the day, from work. So if anyone can add how to also soothing tired achy feet, that would be a bonus! 🙂

    Thank you in advance to anyone who responds to this, I appreciate your time and any information. 🙂 🙂

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