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What are different home remedies for Corns? – Part 2

What is a Corn?
• A corn refers to a localized thickening of the skin which is usually on the toes and extends into subcutaneous tissue.
• A corn is usually small and painful.

Symptoms of Corns
• Found over the Joints of the Toes.
• Corns and Calluses: On Feet.

Causes of Corns
• Pressure on the Toes and Skin Surfaces of the Feet through Incorrect Footwear
• Toe Corns

Home Remedies of Corns

9. Corn Treatment using Baking soda
• Add 1 tablespoon of baking soda to a half a basin of warm water.
• Soak your feet in this solution for about half an hour.
• Then use a pumice stone to rub away the dead skin.

10. Corn treatment using Aloe Vera
• Wash your feet with soap and water.
• Then apply aloe Vera to the affected areas and massage it in for about 20-30 minutes.
• Do this at least twice or thrice a day for best results.
• Aloe Vera is known to treat various kinds of skin disorders.
• It helps in getting rid of corns as well.

11. Corn treatment using baking soda and Espom salts
• Make a foot soak solution by mixing a mixture of 1 cup of baking soda and 1 cup of Epsom salts.
• Put 3 tablespoons of this foot soak per gallon of water till it dissolves.
• Ensure that the water is as hot as one can take it.
• Soak your feet for about 30 minutes.
• Then scrub the corn with a pumice stone.

12. Corn treatment using apple cider vinegar
• Soak a small cotton or wool ball in apple cider vinegar and place it on the corn.
• Repeat this daily till the corn dries up.

13. Treating Corns using pedicure
• Do a pedicure twice a week to remove dead skin.
• Soak your feet in hot and soapy water for about 10 minutes.
• Then use to pumice stone to remove the dead skin.
• Dry your feet thoroughly.
• Then moisturize well.
• This helps to keep your skin soft.

14. Corn treatment using Chamomile tea
• Soak the feet in diluted chamomile tea.
• This can be soothing.
• This will temporarily change the pH of the skin to help dry out sweaty feet.
• The tea will stain your feet.
• The stain can be easily removed with soap and water.

Corn treatment with diet Containing Vitamins and Minerals Should be Taken

A light nutritious diet that contains vitamins and minerals in the form of fruits and vegetables is recommended.
– Other dietary measures
• Consume raw vegetables and juices for three days.
• This helps to aid in balancing the acidity/alkalinity of your system.
• Umeboshi (Japanese salt plum) can quickly balance the body’s pH.
• These are available in health food stores and Asian markets.
• Take one every three hours for two days.
• Avoid fried foods, meats, caffeine, sugar, and highly processed foods.

Other Treatments of Corns
• Stop Wearing Shoes that Caused Corns.
• Apply Corn Caps.
• Wash Feet Daily Followed by Application of Talcum Powder.
• Apply ice or heat pad to soothe corn.
• Apply vitamin E oil on the corn for best result.

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