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How to Get Rid of Calluses with Aspirin

by eHow Contributor
Rough, callused skin is unattractive. Calluses are more commonly found on hands and feet, although calluses can develop elsewhere on the body. There are many approaches to reducing or getting rid of calluses, as well as commercial products for them, but a simple mixture of aspirin, water and lemon j...

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  • Vicky Brookens Claypoole

    Yea i was wondering why aspirin??

  • B Devine

    I believe it is a beta hydroxy acid. I actually put aspirin on my face. Aspirin is mixed with a few drops of distilled water 1st to dissolve, then add 1/2 tsp each of plain yogurt, honey, & Curel lotion. I mix it together and I leave it on for about 15 min. My skin feels wonderful afterwards! You should not use if sensitive to aspirin though. I will definitely try this recipe!

  • Bella Zyla Harder

    If you are on meds that conflict with Aspirin,do not use this: ASA WILL absorb through the skin. I'd skip the milk, too... straight up vinegar soak then toss some baking soda in at the end. *Aspirin might prove useful if you have psoriasis... otherwise, it's a pretty expensive foot soak with minor risks and not proven benefits

  • Katherine LeBlanc Rock

    aspirin helps to remove the dead skin. I use it as a scrub w/ sugar on my face a few times a week with no side effects for the past 4 years. And it's cheap. You can get about 100/$1.00!

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