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Published on: 07 Oct 2017 by patricia999
From Ped Egg to a classic exfoliating stone, there are many callus removers on the market. Corns are generally easy to remove, and using a remover can become a simple and effective part of your personal care routine. These simple steps will help you to use a callus remover and nourish your feet to make them soft and attractive.
Use callus remover in a cleanable environment, such as a hardwood or laminate floor, because the remover will remove dead skin, which will come out in the form of small flakes. If such a surface is not available, try placing a newspaper under your feet while using the remover.
Do not apply lotion or oil before you start to exfoliate, as dry skin will exfoliate more easily than hydrated skin. Be sure to start slowly so as not to remove too much skin. Take breaks periodically to make sure that you are exfoliating evenly and that you are not cutting the living layers of the epidermis.
Make sure you do not remove too much skin with the callus remover. Too much exfoliation can create the conditions for future calluses, so you should know when to stop. When you reach the healthy layers of the skin, it will be pink and soft, and you may notice a greater sensitivity in the layers that are exposed. At this point, leave the callus remover aside. You can always get more skin the next day, but you can not go back once you've used the remover to remove a layer of skin.
Apply Callus remover gel, like oil with vitamin E or almonds. This will soften the skin and give your feet the opportunity to heal and produce healthy cells that will be more resistant to corns in the future. It then adds the cream, which introduces the most nutrients and helps to seal the oil tightly, giving the skin more time to absorb it.
Give the cream time to penetrate. If possible, do your foot treatment before bed or before a relaxing activity, such as watching TV. If you have to stand, cover them with socks to enclose as much moisture as possible. You can even buy a pair of socks that have been pre-treated with aloe and other nutrients.