Corns and calluses treatment using oils – To soften the corns and calluses try applying any of the following oils as much as possible through the day, day after day. Wheat germ oil, castor oil, sesame seed oil, olive oil.
Corns and calluses treatment using wet sand – Walking on sand with bare feet works well. It is better if the sand is wet. Wet sand acts as an abrasion that will help removal of the dead skin which causes corns and calluses.
Corns and calluses treatment using baking soda – Add 1 tablespoon of baking soda to a foot spa, basin or anything your feet can soak in. Fill it half way with warm water and soak your feet for at least half an hour. Then with a pumice stone carefully file away the hardened skin.
Corns and calluses treatment using onions – Choose an onion big enough to cover the callus area. Cut the onion in half and leave it to soak in wine vinegar for 4 hours. Apply the onion to the calluses and wrap your feet in plastic wrap. Leave this on overnight. The next morning the calluses should be soft enough to scrape away.
Corns and calluses treatment using lemon peel – Cut strips of lemon peel from 1 lemon and place the peel on your corns or calluses. Put a bandage on around the peel to keep it in place. In a few days the corn or callus will be gone.
Corns and calluses treatment using bread and vinegar – Make a poultice by crumbling a piece of bread and soaking it in 1 quarter cup of vinegar for at least half an hour. Apply this poultice to the corn or callus and hold it in place with plastic wrap. Leave this on overnight. In the morning the corn or callus should peel off. If the corn or callus is stubborn you may need to reapply the poultice the following night.
Corns and calluses treatment using pineapple peel – Cut strips of pineapple peel from a pineapple and place the peel on your corns or calluses. Tape it in place and within a week the corn or callus will be gone thanks to the enzymes and acid content of the fresh pineapple.
Corns and calluses treatment using dandelions – It is believed that Australian shepherds squeezed the juice from the stems of dandelions and applied it to the corn or callus every day until it disappeared. It usually cleared within a week or two.