Wearing shoes for long hours would always be uncomfortable, but when the shoes do not fit well, the problem is only aggravated. Long hours of walking and even standing would inevitably cause pain and have a strong chance of forming into corns. The calluses develop on the feet as they are brushed against the hard sides of the shoes. These in turn, grow inside the skin and start to press against the bones, nerve endings, accentuating the pain and discomfort. To avoid all this, you can follow some simple tips given below for treatment of corns and calluses.
Last step – Using corn remover creams or pads.
Purchase a corn pad or corn removal kit from any medical store and read all the instructions for use. A corn pad the shape of a horseshoe or donut does not give too much pressure on the centre of the corn, and therefore should be preferred. Medicated corn pads should be avoided.
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