DIY Callus Be Gone Paste: How To Remove Corns And Calluses Naturally

Corns and calluses can be just down right nasty. They have a hard, rough texture to them. Sure they are formed in an attempt to protect your body from injury, hence the hard, rough texture, but not only do they feel bad, they even look bad too. Any one who has foot fetish will tell you that corns and calluses can be a major turn off. To make things worse, although it isn’t common, but sometimes corns and calluses can be painful too, given that it pushes on a bone or a nerve. The good news is that they aren’t permanent, as long as you do something about them, that is. The better news is that there is a great home remedy that has been proven to be, safe, effective, and the icing on the cake, inexpensive. Cheap, even. So here it is, DIY Callus be gone paste- Baking Soda, Lemon, Argan Oil

DIY Callus Be Gone Paste

What You Need:

  • 3 Tablespoons of Baking SodaBaking soda has great anti-fungal and antibacterial properties, plus it makes a great exfoliator!
  • 3 Tablespoons of freshly squeezed Lemon JuiceBecause lemon juice is acidic, it will help soften your corns and calluses making it easier for them to come off.
  • 2 Teaspoons of Argan Oil- Argan oil has great moisturizing properties making sure that your skin stays hydrated.
  • Gauze
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What To Do:

The first thing that you have to do is create the paste. This is really simple. After you have squeezed out some lemon juice, (You can use the rest for a refreshing drink after!), mix thoroughly with the baking soda and the argan oil. Keep on doing so until you have a nice, thick paste of sorts. The next step is to apply the paste, on a clean dry area, of course. So make sure that you wash the affected area with warm soap and water first and rub dry. Massage the paste on then wrap in gauze to make sure it stays in place. Leave over night. Soak feet in the morning.
  • To make the most out of it, add three tablespoons of baking soda to a basin of warm water. Rub the affected area and let it soak for about 10-15 minutes.
Do this everyday until the corns and/or calluses come off.

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