There are multiple ways to remove calluses from your feet, depending on the severity of the calluses. You can remove some calluses by soaking your feet in water for at least five minutes, then using a pumice stone or a c... More »

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Pumice is categorized as an extrusive igneous rock. Extrusive rock formations are made when molten lava flows from the interior of the Earth and solidifies on the surface. More »

To use a pumice stone to remove dead skin, calluses or corns, soak the affected area in warm, soapy water until the skin begins to soften for at least five minutes. Moisten the pumice stone, and rub it across the skin us... More »

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The simplest treatment for calluses on the feet is to soak your foot in warm water until the callus softens and to gently remove the callused skin using a pumice stone or foot file. Applying lotion between soakings helps... More »

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To remove foot calluses, apply an overnight apple cider foot mask, soak the feet in diluted baking soda, scrub them, dry them, and apply cornstarch. This process requires apple cider, bread, a bowl, plastic wrap, a bucke... More »

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Because there can be different causes for scalp scabs, there are different ways to treat this condition, such as medicated shampoos, extra virgin olive oil, antifungal medications and steroidal creams. Some causes of sca... More »

One of the most effective ways to remove age spots is with laser therapy. Using sunscreen and over-the-counter or prescription retinoid solutions also help reverse hyperpigmentation. More »

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