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Go see a doctor.

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Calluses and corns may go away by themselves eventually, once the irritation is consistently avoided. They may also be dissolved with keratolytic agents containing salicylic acid, sanded down with a pumice stone or filed down with a callus shaver, or pared down by a professional such as a podiatrist or a foot health practitioner.[4]

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Is there any treatment for my calluses?


  • Salicylic acid. Additionally, your doctor may apply a patch containing 40 percent salicylic acid (Curad Mediplast, Dr. Scholl's Corn Removers, others), which is available without a prescription. He or she will let you know how often you need to replace this patch, and may recommend that you use a pumice stone or a metal nail file to smooth away the dead skin before applying a new patch. Salicylic acid is also available in a topical form by prescription for large areas.
  • Antibiotic medication. Your doctor may also suggest applying an antibiotic ointment to reduce the risk of infection.
  • Shoe inserts. If you have an underlying foot deformity, your doctor may prescribe custom-made padded shoe inserts (orthotics) to prevent recurring corns or calluses.
  • Surgery. In rare instances, your doctor may recommend surgery to correct the alignment of the bone causing the friction.
-http://www.mayoclinic.com

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How can I treat corn & callus?


If you're healthy, you need treatment for corns and calluses only if they cause discomfort. For most people, simply eliminating the source of friction or pressure makes corns and calluses disappear.

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What are corn and callus?


Corns and calluses are thick, hardened layers of skin that develop when your skin tries to protect itself against friction and pressure. They most often develop on the feet and toes or hands and fingers. Corns and calluses can be unsightly.

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For puffy eyes, I steep teabags in water for about five minutes. Gently squeeze the liquids out, and once the bags are cool (or gently warm, depending on your personal preference) lay back in a comfortable position and place them over your eyes. I usually leave them for about 10 minutes. Also, I would opt for a gentle tea, such as chamomile. Some teas have acidic properties, and could possibly sting sensitive skin.

Regarding the small wart-like blemishes - are they on your under-eye skin? If so, they may be benign cysts which is actually a quite common occurrence in women. You can talk to a dermatologist to see about having them removed by laser. If in doubt, I would still go to a dermatologist to have them checked out. They may be able to diagnose what the blemishes are, as well as advise you the best treatment options.

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