Corns on heels, feet, as well as on the toes and between the toes
feet, in fact, very painful and interfere not only when walking
on walks, but also in daily activities. In most
cases of corns appear due to lack of foot care.
Although legs are a very important part of your body, but to
Unfortunately, we often do not pay them enough attention, just such
in which they need. In this article we will give you a few
tips, as a natural way to cure corns on the legs.
Corns: what you need to know
First, be sure to understand when there are
corns. This is due to the body’s defensive response to
prolonged friction and other mechanical loads on the lower skin
limbs, especially for using uncomfortable shoes.
Corns can also occur on your hands, for example, if you
use the same tool for too long. However,
corns that appear on the feet are the most annoying
and painful because they can make it difficult to walk comfortably.
Corns and beaters: what is the difference between them? This is necessary
know everyone. So, natoptysh is a dead, horny, superficial
a layer of skin on the feet. Their appearance on the legs is caused by nothing else,
as heavy loads on the feet with long walking and,
which hurt if you click on them. They appear on the joints
toes and feet.
Corns are usually much larger (they can be about 2.5
cm) have a thick layer of dead skin and appear on the side
big toe or heel. Both the corn and the sling can
cured at home by folk methods.
Natural remedies for the treatment of corns
There are many folk ways to cure corns and tenants on
feet, here are some of them.
- The easiest and least expensive, accessible to all method
getting rid of natoptyshy – this is the good old steaming feet.
After the skin of the legs under the action of water becomes soft, you
You can easily remove steamed dead skin with pumice.
Gently scrape off the dead skin after bathing. Your
skin should be clean and dry. Then wipe with raw onions,
cut in half. And at the end of the procedure, lubricate them with several
drops of arnica oil.
- Put a well-crushed garlic clove mixed with
olive oil on corn. It will make the skin softer and reduce
corn. Cover it with a napkin and leave overnight.
- Prepare a compress: crush five or six tablets
aspirin, then mix them with a tablespoon of lemon juice and with
tablespoon of water. Put it on the corns and wrap hot
towel for ten minutes. Heat will allow the prepared solution
penetrate the skin and make it smoother. Then using pumice
scrape the soils and you can easily get rid of the dead
- Soak a few leaves of onion leek in wine vinegar in
within 24 hours. Later apply them to the corn for 20 minutes.
After a while, carefully cut off the dead skin.
using the proper tool and disinfect with alcohol.
- Apply lipstick with calendula extract several times a day.
The skin becomes smooth, and even hygienic lipstick also performs
the role of anti-inflammatory drugs.
- Soak your feet for ten minutes in an infusion of four drops of oil
chamomile per liter of water. Water should be warm. Hold your legs
immersed in the infusion until the water is cold.
Then smear the corns with Vaseline and put on cotton
- Soak the bread crumbs in apple cider vinegar and leave for two.
of the day Use the resulting mass, putting it on the shawl, as
corns for three nights in a row. Before that, immerse your feet in
a basin of warm water to soften the corn, making it easier
- Take fresh figs and remove its pulp. Put it on
calluses before bedtime. Rewind lotion with gauze, cloth or
Cover with a cotton swab. In the morning, rinse with warm water, gradually.
adding hot water and in this water hold your feet for half an hour. Remove
dead skin pumice.
- Wash and chop 40 grams of spinach leaves, put them in
gauze or bandage and apply to the affected area as a poultice.
Leave on foot for 20 minutes. Repeat this procedure.
several days in a row (about one week) until you start
feel that the corn has become softer.
- Crush a handful of young leaves (in addition to the Latin name
“always alive”, also has a popular name – “stone rose” and
“hare cabbage”), to make a paste, add a tablespoon
apple cider vinegar. Apply to corns or on dry skin.
Let dry and then rub with pumice.
- Soak your feet in warm water for ten minutes (as long as
until the water gets cold). Put a tablespoon of baking soda
and add some water to form a paste, attach it to
calluses while they are still wet and press down a little to remove
corn. Complete the procedure by rubbing the corn with pumice.
- Peel the pineapple and put a piece of skin around the corn,
touching the skin smooth side. Secure it with a bandage. Leave it
overnight, and in the morning, soak your feet for ten minutes in a warm
water. Repeat this several times until you can easily remove.
corn. You will need at least four such
- Mix a tablespoon of apple cider vinegar with 1/8 cup oil and
rub it vigorously on the corn. Then rub with pumice and
finish massage, rubbing almond oil.
- Rub corn with castor oil every day for two
weeks. Put a slice of lemon zest and a piece of raw on the corn.
Tomatoes Be sure to wrap the bandage. Juices from the products will make
firm skin is softer.
- Spread a clove of garlic with a tablespoon of ivy until you
get the juice. Soak the cheesecloth in this mixture and attach to the corn.
Cover it with a napkin or handkerchief and leave overnight. Repeat
such a procedure every day until the skin is soft.
- Take a few stalks and nettle flowers and carefully
rinse them. You need to use everything: leaves, flowers and stem.
Grind everything until you get a paste. To make it easier
put everything in a blender, add some water and mix well.
A green mass is formed, which must be applied to
cure corns on the legs. Another interesting similar natural
tool can be made from calendula.
To make the corns less disturbed and discomfort
in life, take care of your feet as much as your face. Give
attention to every part of the skin on your body, treat yourself
care to stay young and beautiful longer.