Dr Scholl's Duragel Corn Remover, 5 Cushions and 6 Medicated Discs
- Removes Calluses Fast with as Few as 2 Treatments
- All Day Cushioning Pain Relief
- Thin & Flexible
- Salicylic Acid
- Duragel Technology
- Place sticky side of disc directly over center of the corn as shown in 'Step 1'
- Remove backing film marked '1' and place center (adhesive side down) over the disc
- Remove backing film marked '2' using the blue tab and firmly smooth down adhesive edge to skin
- Wearing properly fitted shoes with adequate arch support
- Rotating your shoes on a daily basis
- Reducing pressure and friction from footwear
- A callus is caused by the buildup of hard, dead skin over an area of pressure or bony prominence. The hard skin is composed of skin cells called keratinocytes, which are present throughout the entire epidermal layer of skin.
- You may have a callus if you have a large area of thickened skin, especially on the heel, ball of foot or sides of the foot.
- Calluses on the feet are often caused by friction and pressure from footwear as well as abnormal patterns of walking or repetitive activities (such as in sports).