Kangdi Medical - Capsicum Plaster Manufacturers for more than 30 years

PROVIDE Custom Capsicum Patch


Home  > INFO CENTER  > New  > 

Kangdi corn removal plaster

Kangdi corn removal plaster


Foot corn pains

Many people suffer foot corn pains, they can not sleep well and work well. I am the one from them, today I want to share my experience with dear all.

       Kangdi corn removal plaster

So far, I am thrilled with the Kangdi corn removal plaster. I started using it in mid-August when I had major bloody cracks. It usually takes several weeks of moisturizing, pumicing, and sock wearing to get my feet smooth again, and even then the callouses are there, just not cracked. I did use it on open cracks- not recommended. It stung but was not that painful. I began seeing immediate results. My feet crack so badly that it affects my walk, I have very dry skin and hair, only worsening with age (48) and moving to a desert climate 8 years ago. I am now using this all winter, in hopes of keeping the callouses gone so no cracks in the summer. I do use disposable gloves on my hands. Also, it is VERY SLICK! I once used a tub to apply, wash off, then thoroughly dried my feet before getting in the shower. I then washed my feet again with a scrubby and soap, still almost landed on my backside when I stepped out to get my towel. I have also slipped on my hardwood floors. I recommend having moisturizer and clean socks waiting to apply both immediately after treatment. I do use every 3 days.


corn removal plaster

Some corns and calluses on the feet develop from an improper walking motion, but most are caused by ill-fitting shoes. High-heeled shoes are the worst offenders. They put pressure on the toes and make women four times as likely as men to have foot problems. Other risk factors for developing a corn or callus include foot deformities and wearing shoes or sandals without socks, which leads to friction on the feet.

Rubbing or pressure can cause either soft corns or plantar calluses. If you or your child develops a callus that has no clear source of pressure, have it looked at by a doctor since it could be a wart or caused by a foreign body, like a splinter, trapped under the skin. Feet spend most of their time in a closed, moist environment -- ideal for breeding bacteria. Staph infections can start when bacteria enter corns through breaks in the skin and cause the infected corn to release fluid or pus.

      Seedcorn patch

Corns generally occur on the tops and sides of the feet. A hard corn is a small patch of thickened, dead skin with a central core. A soft corn has a much thinner surface and usually occurs between the 4th and 5th toes. Seedcorn is a tiny, discrete callous that can be very tender if it's on a weight-bearing part of the foot. Seed corns tend to occur on the bottom of the feet, and some doctors believe this condition is caused by plugged sweat ducts.


Corns are hard, thickened areas of skin that form as a consequence of rubbing, friction, or pressure on the skin. Corns form on the feet and can make walking painful. Kangdi corn removal plaster will cure your pain, give you a healthy life!

Chat Online 编辑模式下无法使用
Chat Online inputting...