Symptoms and treatment of callous
Callous are thickenings formed during friction or pressure on the skin. This is a sort of protective function of the body, and in some cases, it is necessary (for example, in athletes making gymnastics or guitarists).
The corns on the feet usually appear due to the rough or wrongly chosen shoes, writes womanbook.com.ua. In the places of constant friction, the skin gradually thickens, forming dry corn. When the feet sweat, the rupture of such corns leads to painful feelings.
How to treat the corns on feet
If the callous is wet, you should not self-medicate but take care of your health and go to the medical clinic and consult a dermatologist. If for some reason, the skin over the bladder was damaged, this place should be disinfected. After that, you should put the bactericidal patch or sterile bandage. Don’t postpone the visit to the doctor to prevent suppuration.
If the corn is dry, it is recommended to soften it: make a bath with ammonia or baking soda. After that, the softened corn can be removed with pumice.
If the corn is old, you shouldn’t remove it on your own. It is better to consult a doctor for a diagnosis. Sometimes, corns arise from the fungal infection, and at times plantar warts are mistaken for corns. These cases require special treatment.
When should you consult a doctor?
Most often, it is possible to get rid of the dry corns on your own. But in these situations, you should go to the therapist before taking pumice and creams:
The callous looks inflamed and hurts when touched. This suggests that the infection penetrated under the skin.
Dry corns appear regularly and without apparent reason. This can be a sign of deformation of the foot or hand bones or the symptom of other diseases (for example, diabetes).
If you have diabetes or problems with blood circulation in the lower limbs, any skin damage can lead to the infection or ulcers.
There is actually only one alternative to “PapillomasFree” method of removal of corns that you may be offered in beauty salons and dermatological clinics:
- Surgical removal
It is complicated to treat callous, so doctors often refuse to take on treatment. The essential disadvantages of surgical intervention include:
- High cost
- Remains pigmentation, or scar
The medicine “PapillomasFree” provides 100% efficiency. Each callous requires from 1 to 3 treatments with a thick layer of the liquid “PapillomasFree.” No scarring and loss of pigmentation of the skin remain. 1 package of the liquid is enough for about 20-30 corns.
Application and usage of “PapillomasFree”
Before use, mix the contents of a bottle with applicator. With a sharp end of the applicator apply a thin layer of the medicine directly to the affected area, avoiding contact with the surrounding healthy tissues. Let the composition dry for 10-20 minutes and rinse off in the next 10 hours.
Callous demand from one to three treatments with a thick layer with an interval of one day.
During the first days after the procedure, the treated areas darken, and self exfoliate. In general, from 2 weeks to 2 months, there is a complete regeneration of tissue without scarring and loss of pigmentation. Problem areas that are applied with “PapillomasFree,” does not require additional processing by any other means. If adjacent healthy skin is damaged, it is sufficient to apply buckthorn oil. If the final result is not achieved, the procedure can be repeated after 2-3 weeks. Local reactions may occur in the form of short-term burning.
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