Use a corn cap will get in all medical stores 1 corn cap up To 3 days don't remive. Repeat 15 days n see for best result
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I bought this for dry cracked heels for feet. My boyfriend had been suffering with corns on his feet for along time & decided to try this on his corns. He used it once a day for awhile. The Heel Tastic dried the corns up & then disappeared.
Soak the affected toe in warm sugar-milk. The quantity of sugar should be such that it gives the milk a grainy feel.
A gentle way to remove corns
To soften and remove corns, try this:
1. Soak your feet in warm water for 20 minutes.
2. Cut a square from the peel of a fresh pineapple, and gently rest the inside directly on the corn. Using first-aid tape, attach the peel to the corn overnight, and cover with a sock.
3. Carefully remove the peel the following morning, and soak your foot again.
It may take as many as four consecutive nights of applying the pineapple peel until the corn falls off or comes off easily by rubbing it gently with a pumice stone.
What makes the weird trick seem to work? The secret is bromelain, an enzyme found in pineapple plants and fruits that softens and breaks down the dead skin.
Apply papaya juice to the affected area and leave on overnight.
Apply a strong chamomile tea to the affected area often and cover with gauze to keep clean.
Place a slice of lemon over the affected area and secure with a piece of cloth. Leave on overnight.
Grind three or four liquorice sticks and mix with mustard oil or sesame oil to make a paste. Apply this to the affected area.
Rub castor oil onto the affected area for two or three minutes twice a day.
Apply the juice of green figs for relief.