Corn On Little Toe Removal

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Corn On Little Toe Removal

Soak, soften, and file. Soak your feet in warm water and use a pumice stone or callus file to reduce corns and calluses. Gently move the stone in a circle or side-to-side to remove dead skin. You can do this in the shower too.
Corns are essentially calluses that appear on toes, notes the Cleveland Clinic. Due to continuous irritation, skin on the toe begins to thicken and harden.
A corn is a buildup of dead skin with a hard center core that develops on or. Soaking your corns will soften the thickened skin, making it easier to remove.
First dip the pumice stone in warm water, and then use the stone to gently file the corn or callus. Use circular or sideways motions to remove dead skin.