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Corns and calluses are areas of skin that have been thickened because of constant pressure. The difference between corns and calluses is that corns are small and arise on the toes, while calluses are bigger and generally develop on the soles of the feet.
A corn looks like a hardened yellowish mass, and mayor may not be painful, but there is always a danger that it may become a problem at a later stage.
Everybody at some or other point of time may face these problems. These develop as a sequel to wearing ill-fitting or worn-out shoes or hard & firm slippers. These cause patches of thickened, hardened skin at the various points where shoes exert friction or pressure on the skin surface.
Kasisadi Taila is a readymade preparation. It is to be applied on the corns for a few days until the corns become soft and ultimately fall out.
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