This Lady Wraps Bread Around Her Leg And This Happened

Many times people who wear shoes do not always have healthy and clean feet, wearing shoes a lot can cause of wear and tear can often lead to corns, callouses, and dry skin. But this lady has got some solution for you. Read the article to know more.

We know what a feet corn is rite!?

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Corns and calluses are hard, thickened areas of skin that form as a consequence of rubbing, friction or pressure on the skin.

It can be painful.

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Anyone who had got a corn before would know that how difficult and painful is it to walk with a corn. Life feels hell then.

Corns are not just caused by wear and tear.

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Corns can also be caused by an overgrowth of skin, often on the toes or pressure points of the foot and sort of difficult to get rid of.

If you wear too much shoes for too long, at one point or another, your feet end up looking like this.

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As painful as it seems there are many house remedies to cure this painful corn, at the end of this procedure you will get a corn free feet with healthy looking skin.

Here is how you can cure it at home.

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You can start the procedure to cure it by mixing apple cider vinegar and castor oil which will lead to the softening of the foot. Eventually, the corn and callous will wear down and go away.

One other way is.

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Vitamin E is a great natural moisturizer to help soften dry, rough skin, so you can directly vitamin E on it.

Another way is that you can use onion.

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Yes, you heard it right, all you need to do is soak the onion in white vinegar, put it on your foot, and leave a sock over it overnight. Repeat until the corn disappears.

Or you can try using bread!

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Yes, this trick might sound crazy but it works. So start by placing a piece of bread soaked in apple cider vinegar over a callus and wrap it in plastic wrap. Leave it on overnight and by morning, you should be able to peel your callus right off.