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Dr. Scholl's Liquid Corn and Callus Remover

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Dr. Scholl's Liquid Corn and Callus Remover
 
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5.0

Dr. Scholl's corn and Callous remover worked efficiently

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from New Port Richey, FL

Comments about Dr. Scholl's Liquid Corn and Callus Remover:

I have horrible feet, and when I got a callus on my toe, I thought what else can happen to them.  In the house we had the Dr. Scholl's Liquid Corn/Callus Remover, which also comes with 3 cushions.

I read the instructions and it is very easy to use.  I washed the toe readt to try it.  I then opened the third of an ounce bottle.  It had a dropper attached to the screw top.  The smell was similar to that of a dentist's office, which took me back about 40 years.

I allowed one drop to go onto the callus.  I let is dry.  There were 3 self sticking soft cushions with the liquid.  I didn't put one on then, but the following evening used one, when I went dancing.

I used the liquid corn/callus remover twice a day for approximately 10 days.  As each day went by it just dryer.  Then finally started to flake off.

This is a very simple way of removing corns and calluses.

The active ingredient in this is Salicylic Acid 17%.

This is not suitable for diabetics, so Len can't use it.  You should not use it for more than 2 weeks.

You can also soak your corn/callus in warm water to help with the removal.

(8 of 8 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

removes corns fast

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from Bloomfield, NJ

Comments about Dr. Scholl's Liquid Corn and Callus Remover:

As time goes on we all age in different ways.  One of my most crucially affected areas has been my feet.  Everything from toenail fungus dry cracked heels and yes corns inbetween my toes.  I used to pride myself on my lovely feet in my younger years always proud to expose them as often as possible perfectly pedicured.  I was irked when I noticed calloused corn areas inbetween my toes probably caused by slight tight shoes.  I loathed the sight of them and went to do something right away.  I searched otc remedies and came up with Dr. Scholls liquid corn and callous remover.  You clean the affected area and apply dots of the liquid with a stylus from a small bottle of the medicine twice daily.  After a few applications these areas began to seemingly dry up and eventually the skin dried completely and just flaked off layer by layer removing the whole corn completely.  I'd say it took about a matter of a week and a half.  Well worth it.  They have not returned.  I'd definitely recommend it highly as an end to an unsightly unhealthy problem.

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