I have an irritating corn on my foot. Can I remove it with an over-the-counter product?

If you have troublesome calluses or corns on your feet, see your podiatrist for advice and treatment. Never use an acid product on any part of your feet, and avoid even acid-free callus and corn home treatments. Also steer clear of pumice stones and files, which are not sterile and can cause breaks in the skin if you rub too vigorously or remove too much skin. Never take a sharp blade to your feet.

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