Go to sleep with a lemon peel inside your sock for a surprising remedy



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corns, calluses and cracked heels are the best remedies and treatments

Do you suffer from sore feet, sore corns and hard calluses? do not get mad. Your best friend with silky, elastic feet is in your pantry.


WebMD points out that most corns are found on the top and sides of the feet ; a hard corn tends to be a small piece of thickened, dead skin with a central core. Whereas a soft corn has a much thinner surface and usually occurs between the 4th and 5th toe. Seed corns tend to occur on the bottom of the feet due to clogged sweat ducts.


A callus is different from a corn in that it can grow on the hands, feet, or anywhere there is repeated rubbing, even on the chin of a violin. Like corns, common calluses are found under the foot.

Follow these DIY strategies to get rid of corns and calluses:


1. CAstor oil & apple cider vinegar. Reader’s Digest says the easiest thing to do with corns and calluses is to shave them off.

So, fill a bowl of hot water with 1 cup of apple cider vinegar and place your feet in the bowl for about 15 minutes; then take a pumice stone to rub the callus and dab the castor oil on the softened corn. Repeat this process for at least 10 days to completely cure the corn.


2. Lemon. Placing a slice of lemon zest on the corn, secure it with a bandage, and sleeping with the lemon in place overnight can cure a corn. Reader’s Digest recommends continuing treatment until the corn is gone.


3. Onion. Let onion marinate during the day, then in the evening, apply the vinegar onion to the corn. Sleeping with onion in place soften corn.


4. Bread. This one looks very unusual. take a piece of stale bread and dip it in the apple cider vinegar. Then secure the piece of bread on the affected area with plastic wrap.


5. Baking soda and hot water. A baking soda soak can soften skin and help remove roughness. Adding 3 tsps of baking soda in hot water.


6. Pineapple. Many enzymes known to soften corns and aid in their elimination are found in this magical fruit. Heal Dove says you can use the tough outer crust as a skin scourer on the affected area and let it do its job overnight. The next day, use a pumice stone to get the super clean and soft corn.


7. Chamomile tea and Epsom salt. It's a nourishing and enjoyable foot bath that's effective in healing calluses and preventing corns, reports The Fit Indian. You can add a handful of Epsom salts to a warm foot bath treated with chamomile tea. Soak feet for 11 min . After that, use a pumice stone to soften the calluses and dissolve the corns.


8. Licorice and mustard oil. Raw licorice is a valuable remedy for infections and other ailments.A paste obtained by grinding 2 or 3 sticks of licorice into a fine powder, then mixing it with 1/2 teaspoon of mustard oil. After that, rub the paste on the hardened skin of calluses or corns, bandage the foot and let the healing lotion soak in at bedtime, suggests The Fit Indian.