July 27, 2018

Natural solution to remove calluses from the feet

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Remove calluses from your feet by just putting on this homemade ointment for 15 minutes; it will leave your heels as soft as a child's skin.

Home remedies for the feet offer us a wide variety of preparations to combat fungi, remove dead cells and avoid other annoying problems that make them look or smell bad.

Among these, there is a treatment made from aspirin and lemon juice, known in many places for its ability to exfoliate, clean and soften even the toughest areas of the skin, and Allure has taught us how to use it.

Aspirin is an analgesic and anticoagulant medication that is usually used to relieve headaches, fever and certain difficulties with circulation.

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While these are its traditionally best-known applications, nowadays it is also used as a component for the aesthetics and health of the skin. Read more on our Twitter account @amomama_usa

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If you notice that your feet have calluses, cracks or any skin imperfection, do not hesitate to try this incredible treatment to improve its appearance and health in a short time.

Its ingredients are very easy to acquire and, since they are not aggressive, they are suitable for all skin types. In fact, its regular application decreases the proliferation of fungi and bacteria, preventing imbalances in the pH of your skin and odors.

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Ingredients:

-5 aspirins.

-One lemon.

-A pumice stone

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Instructions:

Put the aspirins in a mortar and crush them until you get a powder. If you do not have a mortar, moisten them with a little water and crush them with a fork or any heavy object.

Put the resulting powder in a container and then add the juice of a lemon. Mix everything for a few moments, until you get a thick and homogeneous paste.

If you notice that it is too dry, add more lemon or a tablespoon of water.

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Mode of use:

Rinse your feet to remove accumulated dirt on their surface. Then, spread a thin layer of the product over the areas affected by the calluses and fungi. Leave it on to act 20 to 30 minutes and rinse with plenty of warm water.

Subsequently, rub the areas with a pumice stone to remove dead and hard skin. Remove the dead cells with warm water and dry your feet well. Repeat the procedure two or three times a week to get good results.

Try to supplement your application with a good moisturizer, as this area tends to suffer from excess dryness.

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