We have two groups of corns: hard and soft. Main reason for corns is continuous pressure or friction on the foot’s area. This pressure causes the skin to defend that area by developing a hard surface. A soft corn grows same, but when sweat is stuck where the corn has developed, the hard core turns into soft. There are 4 reasons of constant pressure and friction that grows in corns include:

  • An abnormal gait (an odd way of walking)
  • Pressure from ill-fitting footwear (too loose, too tight)
  • Bone structure, such as flat feet, hammer toes, and bone spur
  • Wearing shoes without socks, causing friction on your feet

Natural Treatments to Prevent Corns from Returning

Choose the appropriate shoes.

-Put on both shoes when buying shoes, and walk in them to make sure that they are comfortable and fit well. Don’t buy shoes that are too tight, thinking they will stretch.

-Buy shoes from soft and pliable material.

-Wear shoes that fit comfortably in the heel part of the shoe.

-Replace your shoes and try not to wear the same pair every day.

-Be sure your foot fits snugly in the widest part of the shoe.

2 more treatments include:

Food and Spice Remedies

-Put one garlic clove on the corn and leave it to air dry. Cover the corn with a bandage and leave it overnight. In the morning take off the bandage and wash your feet with warm water. Repeat this process until the corn vanishes.

-The lemon is rich in citrus acid that softens corns so they eventually fall off. Rub on fresh lemon juice to the corn and leave it to air dry. Repeat this at least three times a day. Another good thing is to mix lemon juice with a teaspoon of yeast, make a thick paste and put it on the corn. Cover the mixture with a bandage, and leave it to stand overnight. You can remove it in the morning.