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Corns Home Remedies


Corn is a thick and hard patch formed on the area of skin which generally remains under pressure, like your feet or hand. They are annoying, but sometimes cause excessive pain also. We sometimes due to our habit, and sometimes due to our job apply more pressure on specific points of our hand or feet and this leads to the creation of corns around that area. This can also happen if you do not wear shoes that fit you legs perfectly.

There are certain preventive measures which we can take in order to avoid these painful patches. You should choose your shoes carefully, and make sure they have space for air to pass through. In addition to this instead of applying too much pressure on a certain part repeatedly, try to change positions while working. But sometimes it becomes unavoidable and corns start developing slowly. Rather than going for some medications, you can rely on natural home remedies for corns that are natural, side effect free and cost effective as well.

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Home Remedies For Corns

 

Apple cider vinegar

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Apple cider vinegar just like many other skin problems is also workable for curing corns and a very effective natural home remedy for corns. You need to rinse the affected area in the solution made by apple cider vinegar. For preparing the solution take hot water and add some liquid soap to it. After mixing these two add a few tablespoon of vinegar to it. Soak your feet in this solution for about 15 to 20 minutes. You will have to repeat this process about a week to see the improvement. Simple enough, right?

 

Vitamin A and vitamin E capsules

It is not about eating these supplements this time, but you have to use them the other way. If you have vitamin A or E capsules at home, the liquid inside the capsule is what we need. Before going to bed take a capsule and prick it with a sharp needle. The liquid from the vitamin A or E capsule will start oozing out. Rub the liquid on the area of skin affected by corns. Let it be there for a few minutes and after sometime you can also apply cotton to it. This the best effortless natural home remedy for corns.

 

Lemon

The nice smell of lemon and the ripe taste is something all of us are fond of. All of us are well aware of health benefits of lemon as well. It is also used as a natural home remedy for corns to cure corns as well. Apply a thin layer of lemon on you skin affected and leave it there with the help of bandage till the next morning. Repeat the same practice for a few days till you get relief in your symptoms.

 

Onion

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Onion contains great antiseptic properties, and can be used to heel the damaged skin due to corns, and hence is a great natural home remedy for corns. Take a thin slice of onion and soak it in white vinegar for 10 hours. Suppose you keep the onion dipped in vinegar in the morning then you can use it before going to sleep. Use this onion to deal with corns, apply it on the affected area with the help of bandage. If the corn is not soft enough to be removed in the morning, repeat the treatment nightly until it softens more.

 

Bread

You need apple cider vinegar and stale bread for this natural home remedy for corns. Soak a half a slice of stale bread in apple cider vinegar and secure it to the affected part of your foot with adhesive tape. Wrap with plastic wrap and slip on a cotton sock. This is the most effective method as you can see the improvement overnight

 

Castor oil

You can also use castor oil to treat corns. The process is very simple; apply castor oil on the area with a cotton swab. Leave the cotton on the area to be heeled with the help of tape or bandage. A very effective natural home remedy for corns.

 

Aspirin

Aspirin is a pain killer if we eat it. But it has other uses in treating skin disease, and corn is one of them. Take the powder of at least five tablets and mix it with water. To improve the effectiveness you can also add apple cider vinegar instead of water. Make a thick paste by adding any of these two. Apply these two on the corn and let it do its work for ten to fifteen minutes and remove after rubbing the mixture gently for a minute. Its first application itself will soften the corn. How about that of a mix of medication and natural home remedy for corns.

 

Epsom salt

You might have heard about the benefits of bathing in water treated with Epsom salt. For removing corns and loosening them instantly just soak your legs in warm water mixed with Epsom salt. It is a really effective natural home remedy for corns. Once the dead skin has softened, use a callus file or pumice stone to rub off the top layers. The dead skin will shed up a few layers everyday and you healthy skin will soon appear once again.

 

Pumice stone

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Along with the other natural products, you have to do something to remove the scales of dead skin accumulated in your body part. Massaging the corn and the nearby area with a pumice stone is an effective natural home remedy for corns. The other remedies will gradually soften up the skin, but you need something to remove the scales as they soften up. Pumice stone can be used to solve this purpose. You have to rub a pumice stone back and forth across the affected area for three to five minutes and then pat dry your feet.

 

Baking soda

Baking soda itself is natural exfoliating agent, which helps us to get rid of the dead skin covering the corn, which in turn helps the healing process and proves to be a super effective natural home remedy for corns. It also has antifungal and antibacterial properties that will help keep your skin free from infections. Add two to three tablespoons of baking soda to a basin of warm water. Soak your feet in this solution for 10 to 15 minutes. Rub the affected area with a pumice stone to remove the dead skin. You can also apply it in paste form rather than soaking feet into the solution.

Garlic

Garlic can be easily found in kitchen. It can cure corns due to its inherent antioxidant properties and is a strong natural home remedy for corns. In addition to this, it also contains antibacterial and antifungal properties which prevent infection. Take a garlic clove and rub it against the corn to loosen it up.  Let the skin dry, cover it with a bandage and leave it on overnight. The next morning, remove the bandage and wash your feet with warm water.

With these natural home remedy for corns you will get a sense of relief as soon as you start using them, and in a few days the area where corns had developed will once again become soft.