Individuals can remove a corn at home by soaking the foot in warm, soapy water before rubbing off the softened skin with a pumice stone, as recommended by Mayo Clinic. Other home remedies include applying lemon juice, on... More »

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The best method for removing a painful corn is to visit a podiatrist, who gradually pares the corn down with a scalpel, reports Everyday Health. People should not attempt removing corns themselves, as improper techniques... More »

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Several companies hire summer help for corn detasseling jobs. In 2014, hiring companies include DuPont Pioneer, Team Corn & Soil Inc., Bauer Detasseling and Not Afraid to Sweat Detasseling, Inc. More »

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Ingrown hairs can be treated with home remedies that include lifting the hair by looping a sterile needle under the embedded hair in the skin, according to Mayo Clinic. Washing the affected areas with a soft-bristled too... More »

Home remedies for eczema include applying moisturizer to damp skin immediately following baths or showers, bathing in warm water with baking soda and applying cool, moist dressings to the skin, according to Mayo Clinic. ... More »

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To treat an ingrown toenail at home, the Mayo Clinic suggests soaking the afflicted foot in warm water for 15 to 20 minutes at a time, up to three or four times per day. After drying the foot, insert waxed dental floss u... More »

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The best method for removing corns from the feet is to use a pumice stone or emery board to gently remove the corn following a shower or foot soak, according to WebMD. Over-the-counter remedies, such as medicated pads, m... More »

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