Having beautiful feet is easy but there’s always a mishap, having those corns that make most ladies hide their feet in closed shoes. In most cases corns are brought by putting on shoes that are tight and don’t let your feet breath.
In the name of style many ladies would rather suffer and wear tight shoes where it results into corns, the constant frictions between the shoes and foot cause the skin to harden. Some people end up with born structure problems or an abnormal joint that damages the born.
The way you can treat acorn without going to saloon
Soak your feet in warm water to soften the skin, dry your feet and rub pumice stone gently over the corn but don’t over do it because you could damage your skin, moisturize the area with skin lotion for large corns and finally consult afoot care specialist who will shave off the thickened skin.
Pharmacies sell various chemicals peel and acid disks, but you should use these products with caution, unless you follow the instructions exactly they can damage healthy tissues.
Pedicure is certainly a great way to pamper your feet, but be aware that regulations and liceing requirements for saloons and spas vary, and the laws aren’t always well enforced so make sure your pedicurist sterilizes her instruments thoroughly to reduce the chance of passing on a toenail fungus, rauseable instruments should be disinfected for at least 10 minuets or stored in a clean dry container.
The safest option is for the saloon to use disposable instruments, which are thrown after each client.