Corns can be wet or dry. Appear, they are usually on their feet due to the wearing of incorrectly matched shoes. Less often in the hands of people performing heavy manual physical work. In any case, they bring not only inconveniences, but also physical pain. And in some neglected cases can even distort the posture and gait.
Wet calluses, or as often as they are called dropsy, usually appear on the heels or fingers due to the friction of the skin of the body against the inner walls of the shoe. The first thing to do in this case is to change shoes to a freer one, if possible, as open as possible. In this case, the corn can disappear with time itself. Remains only afterwards to remove the dead skin.
If the bubble does burst, it is necessary to disinfect the wound with hydrogen peroxide and apply an antibacterial patch. You can also apply to the night grated potatoes, fixing it with a bandage. Still folk healers offer to apply a film, which covers the inside of a chicken egg. After drying, the white film will dry and adhere to the damaged area, and after a couple of days the corn will disappear.
It is somewhat more difficult to deal with dry calluses, especially chronic ones. If the corns are small it is necessary to steam out the legs in a bath with a solution of hot water and sea salt or soda. Once the soft formations have softened, they can be removed with a pumice stone. Then grease your feet with a nutritious cream.
Get rid of keratinized skin can and with the help of an ointment, which is easy to prepare yourself. To do this, it is necessary to dissolve the propolis dissolved in warm 96? ethyl alcohol, add salicylic acid powder about 1 / 3 from the solution. Prepare from this composition a homogeneous mass. Apply this ointment to the affected area on 3-4 days.
It is also useful to rub your feet with vegetable oil rich in vitamin E.
If you prefer pharmaceuticals, then a large number of ointments are sold in pharmacies, which are mainly made on the basis of salicylic acid. Well-established: "Bensalitin", "Super Antimozolin", "Stop Corn", "Frizonel". Ointments are usually applied 3-4 days, after which the corn is easily cleaned with pumice stone or a special knife.
Those who for some reason can not use the methods described above can be offered to contact a dermatologist or a beauty salon, entrusting the treatment of their feet to professionals.
But in any case, it should be remembered that the best remedy for calluses is their prevention. It is necessary to select shoes very carefully. It should not be cramped and rubbed. Also wear shoes as open as possible and seasonally. The leg should not sweat. If you suffer from excessive sweating, then try to use sports socks, use special lotions.
The main thing is not to start the process if it has already started. The consequences can be severe, up to surgical intervention.