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Some Home Remedies and Prevention Tips

Corns Menu

Here are some home remedies and prevention tips which may help you to reduce corns and and cope up with corns:

  • Wear shoes that fit you properly, they should not be small in size nor big in size, perfectly okay for you.
  • Wear socks that fit - Loose socks can bunch up, creating pressure.
  • Wear gloves while working with heavy tools such as a garden spade or rake, or while lifting heavy weights in a gym, or if a person is mechanic in a shop.
  • Take Care of your Feet - Wash them regularly, and use lotion to keep them from drying out. Dry skin makes it easier for a callus to crack and bleed.
  • Cover the corn with a protective, non-medicated pad, usually available in drugstores.
  • Milky Juice:Apply milky juice to the affected area. Repeat a few times a day for a week or two, until corn has totally eradicated.
  • Horsetail tincture: It is applied externally to the skin of the affected area. Take 1/2-1 tsp. of tincture three times daily.
  • You may apply some salicylic acid on the affected area and also cover it with a small bandage.
   

 

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