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i know dr. scholl’s is a good remedy but it doesn’t seem to work for me. is there a home remedy you can prescribe or another solution? hurry! summer is fast approaching and that means open-toes sandals!

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  1. As a rule, I do not recommend Dr. Scholl’s corn removal products. I have seen too many problems and complications from patients using these products. These contain salicylic acid which does not any specificity for your corn but it simply burns the area it is placed on. It will burn good skin as well.You might be better served seeing a podiatrist and getting some further information. Many corns are the result of improperly fitting shoes rubbing on underlying bony problems.

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