Exfoliating Corns

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Exfoliating your corns only requires that you follow a few basic, easy to manage steps. Learn about exfoliating corns with help from a licensed nail technician in this free video clip.

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Hi, everyone, my name is Joi, licensed nail technician. And I want to talk to you all today about exfoliating corns. So a couple of things that I am going to use are a pumice stone or an exfoliator. And I'm also going to be using a rough grit nail file. So you actually have your choice of which thing you want to use. The pumice stone can sometimes be a bit large so if you want to you can use this trick that we use sometimes in nail salons. Take a regular emery board slash nail file and you want to use the side that's more gritty. Just use that actually to gently rub and exfoliate the dry skin which has built up into a corn on the toes. Okay. Now the corns tend to be a bit harder so you can press a little harder then you normally would. And you just continue doing that on any of the toes that are affected. And my suggestion is to then follow up with your lotion as usual. So that is exfoliating corns. Again, my name is Joi, and thank everyone for watching.

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