6. Aloe Vera
Aloe vera can be exceptionally useful. It has salicylic acid and amino acids that soften hardened skin cells. It is antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, and the healing properties are very handy. To use for calluses, split an aloe vera leaf and tape the gel-like material of the inside of the leaf to the callus. Leave it overnight and gently remove in the morning. Then rub off your callus with a pumice stone or dry washcloth.
Licorice contains estrogen-like substances that can also be used to soften hard skin and trim down the calluses naturally. Make a paste by grinding licorice sticks and mixing them with petroleum jelly. Then apply the paste to the calluses to soften them.
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Castor oil is another great ingredient that has acquired a lot of attention for its skin softening properties. It can also stimulate the production of elastin and collagen, which improve the skin’s elasticity and structure. Warm equal parts of vinegar and castor oil and soak your calluses in it. Then wash off the castor oil and use a pumice stone to rub off rough skin.