Toe Corn Treatment and Removal
Toe Corn Treatment and Removal- Follow our complete guide showing you how to prevent, treat and remove the corns on your toes! Get Going Already!
2 Part for Home Treatment For Corns & Calluses
There are two + one steps to keep foot corn pain away. You have to get rid of them and then take measures to keep them away!
Preferred Toe Corn Treatment:
- Over the Counter Salicylic Acid
Salicylic acid is a “keratolytic”. This means that it breaks down the protein keratin that makes up corns & calluses. It is the preferred over the counter treatment option if you choose to go this route.
It is very well proven as a keratolytic for both warts and calluses, thus it is also a great option to use for foot corns.
- They will help the skin flake off..
- It is usually cheap ( <$20) at any CVS or Walgreens.
These products are usually gentle and safe for most people if used as indicated:
- It comes in: applicators, drops, pads & plasters.
- It will turn the skin white.
- This means it is dead tissue that can flake off without pain.
- It is very easy to scrape off now.
Take The Callus Down!
- Use a pumice stone or an emery board.
- Don’t scrape to the level of pain.
- Never use something sharp at home.
- After you get through the callus, the corn should pop out like a pebble stuck in hard skin.
- Be careful with frail skin – especially if a diabetic or with peripheral vascular disease- always see a podiatrist before using these
- Add any type of antibiotic cream if the skin is ever broken or bleeding.