After You Do This, You’ll Never Have Problems with Cracked Heels, Corns and Calluses

Cracked heels are a common skin problem, which can be purely cosmetic issue but it can be very painful  as well. Without a doubt, they are not a pretty sight, but what is even worst they can cause severe pain when walking.

After You Do This, You'll Never Have Problems with Cracked Heels, Corns and Calluses

The most common symptoms are dry skin and thick callus on the heels that has yellow or dark brown color. Besides dry, thickened skin, this skin condition can cause redness, itching, inflammation and peeling of the skin. It is very important to solve the problem as soon as it occurs in order to prevent deeper cracks ,bleeding and pain.

Cracked heels appear due to improper foot care, unhealthy diet, aging, dry air, lack of moisture, prolonged standing on hard floors and last, but not the least, wearing uncomfortable shoes. In addition, this problem can be caused by other medical conditions such as diabetes, eczema, psoriasis and thyroid problems.

Today’s article is about a simple home remedy that successfully eliminates the problem with cracked heels, calluses and corns, and the results will be visible in less than two weeks.


Crush 10 aspirins into powder and mix the powder with 250 ml of 70% rubbing alcohol. Then pour the solution in a small glass bottle and leave it 1-2 days.

Every night, shake the bottle before using the remedy, and pour small amount on cotton ball or gauze. Then, apply it to the problem areas, wrap the heel with plastic foil and put the sock on.

Leave it overnight and the next morning, rinse and dry it with clean towel.

After this procedure, apply some glycerin or greasy cream on your feet. You should also make peeling before applying the cream.

After only 10 to 15 treatments, your feet will be soft again.

You can use the same remedy for treating painful varicose veins, as this miraculous remedy eliminates the pain after the first few treatments.

Source: Healthy and Natural Life

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