- Rinse feet with warm water to soften skin
- Brush the herbal gel on the affected area
- Apply morning and evening for best results.
- Corn Removal Extra Strengthen Gel
$20.95 – $80.95
“I suffered from tremendous corns and calluses on my foot, then my friend told me about this gel, tried to use it for a week, and to my surprise, all my corns vividly disappeared as if nothing happens! This product is so amazing!” – Hilda Summers Colorado, USA
“I got this corn and calluses due to my work nature, I walk around a lot, and it starts to irritate me, I browsed online and found this gel, I bought it and tried it for 3 days, my foot corns started to fade and dry, on day 5 skin started to peel, and on exactly a week later, all my corn and calluses are completely gone!” Joyce Maynard – Arizona, USA
(Ku Shen) contains a variety of marine alkaloids, such as alpine, cytosine, and Lehmann, effective in restoring skin elasticity & firmness.Saffrons
Powerful acids and nutrients in saffron are good enough to neutralize the infection caused by the corn. It can soften the hard skin and will slowly flake off the dead skin cells.Impatiens
Has a powerful Ayurvedic remedy for treating a number of ailments. It is quite effective in treating skin ailments as well. For corns and calluses, impatiens promote quick healing. Its natural antioxidants fight fungal and bacterial infections and treat corns from the root.Cnidium
Natural exfoliating agent scrubs off the dead layer of the skin over the corn. Its antibacterial and antifungal properties prevent infections.
Corns and calluses are caused by pressure or friction on the skin. Corn is thickened skin on the top or side of a toe. Most of the time it is caused by bad-fitting shoes. A callus is thickened skin on your hands or the soles of your feet.
Symptoms may include:
It works by increasing the amount of moisture in the skin and dissolving the substance that causes the skin cells to stick together. This makes it easier to shed the skin cells. The acid works by dissolving keratin, which is the protein that makes up the majority of corns and calluses.
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