Corns taper into the skin like an inverted cone and are painful due to pressure on the nerve endings. A callus is an area of hardened and thickened skin and is not usually painful.
Supplies you will need:
Tea Tree Oil, bandage, grapeseed oil, olive oil, cotton swabs and tweezers.
Apply Tea Tree Oil using a cotton swab directly onto corn. Apply a mixture of 10 drops of Tea Tree Oil mixed into 1 teaspoon of grapeseed oil, and massage into the area well. A foot soak is useful; to a small basin of war water, add 5 drops of a mixture of Tea Tree Oil, 1/2 ounce grapeseed oil or olive oil; soak for 5 minutes.
This Tea Tree Oil mixture can be used directly on the area twice daily. When the corn becomes soft, remove with tweezers, apply 1-2 drops of Tea Tree Oil and cover with a bandage. Apply 2-3 times daily. A moisturizing lotion applied directly into affected area also helps to soften the corns and calluses.
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This recipe is from “Australian Tea Tree Oil First Aid Handbook” by Cythia Olsen.