How to Treat a Corn or Callus?

Answer A corn or callus is defined as an area of thick, hardened, dead skin. They typically form on the bottom or sides of the feet and, if left untreated, can become painful or infected. Follow these ste... Read More »

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How to Work a Corn Cutter Callus Remover Tool?

Using a corn and callus cutter is an easy and inexpensive way to remove unattractive and/or uncomfortable hardened skin from your feet. Although removing skin from your body may seem painful or sca... Read More »

How to Treat Corn Seeds?

The early days when seed corn is germinating and growing into seedlings are one of the most crucial times for a successful crop. Unfortunately, corn is susceptible to a variety of blights from soil... Read More »

How do you get rid of a callus?

To get rid of a callus you first have to soak it in cold water for a few days and once it seems like its ready peel it off or if you do not want to peel it off keep soaking it in cold water

How to Get Rid of a Writer's Callus?

Sometimes we write too hard with pens and pencils, which can cause a callus on our fingers. A writer's callus, or writer's bump, is just a bunch of dead skin cells really. We can take the long way ... Read More »