How should I treat a foot callus?

Since calluses result from ongoing rubbing or friction, you can help treat a callus by removing any source of irritation or friction. You should also talk to your doctor about how to care for your calluses if they are bothering you.

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Corns, Calluses & Bunions

Our hands and feet take a lot of abuse. We don't wear gloves for yard work; shoes don't fit well. The irritation causes skin to harden, or get flaky and dry - resulting in painful corns, calluses, and bunions. Over-the-counter pro...

ducts can help. If you have diabetes, don't ever ignore any signs of these irritations - as they can develop into very serious conditions. An infection or ulcer needs medical treatment.
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