Friday, August 30, 2013

Owwwwwww!! those corns.....



Did you women ever had those horrible corns?...Are do you have one?. These corns are not only painful but make your daily life a struggle specially if you have right at the bottom of your feet and even walking becomes troublesome....

I suffered from a most horrible, painful corn last year exactly at this time.. since it is monsoon again bacterias get a lot of time to grow on your feet as you walk on streets and you come in contact with dirty water. Often we are so busy that we don't get time to wash our feet in our office and college...

But there is a way to fight with these painful corns.....Here is the most embarrassing ugly picture of the corn I suffered from...



I used to wear toe protectors after applying salactin paint and corn removal strip to get rid of pain while walking.

My savior's.

My savior's.

My savior's.

 I have posted pictures of my savior's specially the "toe protectors" as they provide cushioning to your corn as a result do not feel any pain while walking...

Generally all doctor's and medical advisors tell you not wet your feet everyday if you want to get rid of the corn..however it is not practically possible as you a bath everyday water seems to seep in to anything you wrap your feet with while taking a bath.

The best way is to apply "Salactin Paint" or SALICYLIC ACID everyday on you corn it easily available at any chemist. It might sting a bit but it is only for your better as this burns your corn which eventually dissappers after applying for a month atleast...after that you can apply corn removal plasters in the morning and evening and a torn protector on top to provide cushioning to your toe or feet so that it doesn't pains when you walk...

Also wash your feet everyday or whenever you get in contact with dirty water..It would also be a good idea to dip your feet in water mixed with potassium permanganate.


 If you keep on carrying to this treatment everyday you will surely get rid of your painful corns...please carry on this for a month's time to get results. Some women might need more!!









3 comments:

  1. will it bea permenent cure? i am suffiring with a corn exactly same as the above picture .

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    1. I don't know whether it will permanent as it also depends on the body type but try not to walk without slippers on dirty floor and wash your feet as soon as they come in contact with rain water.

      I didn't have any corns after this!!

      Regards

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  2. Hey, very nice site. I came across this on Google, and I am stoked that I did. I will definitely be coming back here more often. Wish I could add to the conversation and bring a bit more to the table, but am just taking in as much info as I can at the moment. Thanks for sharing.
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    Keep Posting:)

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