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5 Steps to Fresher-Smelling Feet

Vinegar Do not use medicated Keravita Pro corn and callus patches because most of them contain exceptionally strong chemicals that might penetrate even to the parts of your feet that do not have corns and calluses. If you are diabetic, it can be extremely dangerous because it might lead to foot ulcers.

Instead, just soak a cotton cloth in any kind of vinegar; apply it over the callus or corn, wrap your feet in a plastic cling wrap to hold the cloth in place. Leave it on for few hours or overnight. Repeat the procedure, every night until the vinegar will slough off your corns and calluses.Pumice Stone Pumice stone is remarkably effective in trimming off corns and calluses if you do it every day. Diabetics are discouraged from using pumice.

Garlic Foot Cream Make garlic cream that will remove corns on toes and calluses by using 10 garlic cloves, 2 tablespoons lemon juice and one tablespoon dried chamomile. Make a paste out of the three ingredients using a mortar and pestle or food processor. Generously apply the cream on your corns and calluses at least twice a day. It will smell a little awful, but it works.

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