WebMD recommends removing calluses from the heels by soaking them in water or applying salicylic acid to soften the tissue and then rubbing away the callus using a pumice stone. Use of salicylic acid requires the person ... More »

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To soften rough heels, apply crushed aspirin to the area, and use a pumice stone to remove the dead skin. Daily care may be necessary if corns or calluses are recurring or severe. Treating rough heels requires at least a... More »

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Bone spurs can cause pain, swelling, and the development of corns and calluses when they occur in the foot, according to WebMD. Typically the pain is focused in the heel and worsens after sleeping and while walking. More »

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There are several highly effective treatments for plantar warts, or warts found on the heels or balls of feet, such as the application of salicylic acid or going through cryotherapy, according to Mayo Clinic. While most ... More »

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Plantar warts or warts that appear on the balls or heels of feet can be removed with several treatments, such as applying salicylic acid or undergoing cryotherapy, according to Mayo Clinic. Plantar warts tend to heal wit... More »

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Combining softening agents with the use of pumice stone or sandpaper is the best way to get rid of calluses at home. Following these remedies for a period of several weeks can eliminate the callus without undergoing a me... More »

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Home remedies for calluses include soaking the affected area in water, moisturizing the affected area, using nonprescription pads and wearing shoes that fit well, according to Mayo Clinic. Scraping off thickened skin aft... More »

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