Corns are hardened layers of skin that develop due to pressure or friction of ill fitted shoes. These can be hard or soft. Hard corns usually occur on outer surface of feet and soft occur between toes.
Signs and Symptoms which are experienced if having corn-
- yellowing patch of lumpy or bumpy skin which are rough and tough.
- sensitive to touch
- pain when wearing shoes
Common Sites of Corn–
- below your toenail bed
- between your toes
- on the sides of your feet
- on the bottoms of your feet
How to get rid of Corn Naturally-
- Soaking feet in Acv– Soak feet for 15mins at night in 3 parts of lukewarm water and 1 part of apple cider vinegar. Once the dead skin has softened, use a foot file or pumice stone to rub off the top layers. Later wash it off and pat dry and apply Castor oil and wearing socks while going to bed.
- Vitamin E oil– Before going to bed rub the Vitamin E oil into your corn. After letting the oil sit for a few minutes, put on a socks and head to bed. Repeat nightly until the corn is gone.
- Epsom salt– can help to loosen the dead skin that hardens and forms into 1 cup of Epsom salts to a bowl of warm water and soak your feet in the liquid for 20 to 30 minutes. Once the Epsom salts have softened and loosened the dead skin, use a pumice stone to gently remove the skin.
- Lemon– Before going to sleep, cut a slice of lemon peel and cover it with bandage and wear socks and keep overnight.
Homeopathic Remedies for Corn-
Antim Curd, Graphites, Thuja, Sulphur, Lycopodium, Acid Phos, Nitric Acid, Radium Brom, and many more….