Prolonged exposure to physical work on the fingers contributes to the formation of calluses - a limited thickening of the stratum corneum. They are often painful and impair performance. Treatment begins with eliminating the causes of their formation, and then softening the hardened skin. As softening plasters in folk medicine, products of animal and plant origin are used.
It is necessary
- - pine resin;
- - semi-shaggy spurge;
- - lemon;
- - figs;
- - egg;
- - vinegar 80%;
- - sowing garlic;
- - butter;
- - plantain;
- - burdock.
Apply a piece of soft pine resin to the corn and cover with a plaster. Change the sticker once a day.
Liberally moisten a small piece of cotton wool with milky milkweed juice, put it on the corn, cover it with a plaster. Change the sticker in a day.
Steam the area of the skin with dried corn in a hot hand bath, then, after wiping dry the place of the corn, apply a lemon peel with a small amount of pulp on it and fix it with a bandage. Perform the procedure once a day.
Well reduces the keratinized skin milky juice or the pulp of figs. Take a fig, cut it in half, and place the inside of the fruit over the corn. Perform the procedure daily at night.
Prepare a composition for getting rid of corns. Pour a clean-washed chicken egg with 80% vinegar in a glass. After 10 days, when the egg is completely dissolved, thoroughly grind the contents of the glass until a homogeneous mass is obtained. Carefully apply the resulting composition to the area of the skin with corn, then cover with adhesive plaster and insulate. Repeat the procedure in a day. Usually, two procedures are enough to completely remove corns.
Take garlic baked in the oven and mash it with an equal amount of butter. Apply the resulting garlic ointment to the thickened skin steamed in a hand bath and, covering the top with a leaf of plantain or burdock, fix it with a bandage. Repeat the procedure 2-3 times a day for 3-4 days.