Corns can be caused by pressure or friction on the skin, says WebMD. They are usually the result of poor fitting shoes and dissipate with proper footwear. More »

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Using shoe inserts, cutting away extra skin, taking certain medications and undergoing surgery may help treat corns on the feet, explains Mayo Clinic. Wearing shoes and socks that fit well, soaking feet in water, and usi... More »

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Corns on the feet are a result of continual pressure against the skin, which in turn causes a hardened protective skin growth to develop, explains WebMD. The growths often form on foot conditions such as hammertoes or bo... More »

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Corns on the feet are a result of continual pressure against the skin, which in turn causes a hardened protective skin growth to develop, explains WebMD. The growths often form on foot conditions such as hammertoes or bo... More »

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According to NHS Choices, a podiatrist can remove corns from the feet by using a sharp blade to remove the thickened area of skin. This treatment is typically painless and can help to remove pressure from the affected ar... More »

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Hard corns on the feet appear as hard patches of thick, dead skin with central cores, while soft corns are thinner and generally appear between the fourth and fifth toes, according to WebMD. Seed corns are small corns th... 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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