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Corns

 –  Many people struggle with the discomfort of corns on the feet. If you have corns, you might find it difficult to wear your favorite shoes and enjoy your everyday activities. While corns can be very unpleasant and disruptive, there are effective solutions available. At drugstore.com, we carry a variety of products to help you get relief from painful corns so you can get back to doing the things you enjoy.
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Dr. Scholl's One Step Corn Removers- 6 ea
Dr. Scholl's - One Step Corn Removers - 6 ea
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Walgreens Liquid Corn/Callus Remover- .5 oz
Walgreens - Liquid Corn/Callus Remover - .5 oz
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What are Corns?



Corns are thickened areas of skin formed in response to pressure. Corns are similar to calluses, but unlike calluses, they're usually circular in shape rather than flattened. Corns can form on almost any part of your feet, including the soles, arch, or the base of the toes. Unfortunately, corns are typically unsightly and painful.

What Causes Corns?



Corns are more common in people who wear tight shoes or footwear that fits poorly. Shoes with narrow boxes or pointy toes crowd the toes together and create friction that can cause a corn to form. Having abnormally shaped feet or gait abnormalities can also create stress and friction that cause corns to form. For some people, corns can be a recurrent problem.

Can I Get Rid of My Corns?



Because corns are thickened, raised areas of skin, products that treat corns often contain a keratolytic, an ingredient that helps dissolve the thickened skin that makes up a corn. One of the most common keratolytics is salicylic acid.

drugstore.com carries a variety of salicylic acid-based products for corns, including liquids that you apply directly to a corn or callus. Some of these foot care products come with special cushions that help protect the area against friction until it heals. Easy-to-use salicylic acid strips that you apply directly over the corn can help break down the thickened tissue in as few as 14 days. Salicylic acid is a treatment doctors commonly recommend for corns and calluses.

How Do Corn Pads Work?



Wraps, pads and toe rings may also be used to protect painful corns by preventing friction between the toes, and many release medicated liquids and oils that work to remove corns.

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