Monday, March 06, 2006

...Corns and Calluses...

These ugly little bumps and lumps are a trash heap of discarded dead skin cells. They develop from friction and irritation between your feet and your shoes or even between adjacent bones on the same foot.
A Calluse is your body's way of protecting you from pressure. When there is extreme pressure the calluse will get thicker and thicker. If it develops a hard core, it becomes a corn. You can live with a calluse a lot easier than you can with a corn. Corns can be painful and will ruin a wonderful day. Try some of these tips to start your day if you are suffering from corns and calluses.

1. Resist the temptation to pare down corns and calluses with a razor blade, scissors, or any other sharp instruments. This could lead to infections and worse.

2. Enjoy a good soak in Epsom salts and warm water.

3. Try to avoid putting tight shoes on your feet.

4. Use a pumice stone to lightly abrade the area and rub off the top layers of skin after a good soak.

5. Use about 5 asprin in your soak water to soften really tough calluses.

Using these corn and calluses tips is the most comfortable natural way to maintain healthy feet.

To Your Health and Wealth,
Mary
Staying Healthy_Staying Home_Making Money and so can you at http://frutavida4u.com/marys

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