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Corns and Calluses

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What treatments did you receive for corns and/or calluses? Submit Your Comment

Comment from: K8Spade, 35-44 Female (Patient) Published: November 13

I had a thick corn on the bottom of my foot on the padding under my 4th and pinky toe. I pumiced it down after soaking in the tub. The very tiny core (seed?) is bleeding and continues to bleed although it doesn't hurt at all. In fact, I bandaged with three Band-Aids and put a sock over it, and shoes, and couldn't believe how good it felt while running around all day. Then I realized it had bled through the Band-Aids and sock. It continues to bleed. But feels great. Will keep it clean and bandaged.

Comment from: SweetMahogany, 35-44 Female (Caregiver) Published: April 14

I had really thick, large corns on the top of my toes for years. I hated when summer came around because I had to cover up my toes. I hated how my toes looked. I did some research and came across a product called Mosco. I absolutely love this product. It works fast and does not take long to see results. I have used Dr. Scholl's in the past but it takes too long to see results and on top of that I spend more money on this product than with Mosco. My corn used to be thick and poked out through my shoes but now that this mountain of thickness is gone the friction is no longer there and the pain has decreased. It can be purchased at Walmart for 2.94.

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