Have you got hard working feet
with corns or verruca's?
Squeeze a little lime juice on to the painful area. (Make sure it's not an open wound - because it would sting)
Cut a small piece of banana skin - the size and shape of the corn/verruca , then a strip of gaffa tape
Place the banana skin against the hard skin or corn
Stick down with gaffa tape or 'your skin' friendly tape
Refresh the banana skin every four hours or so but clean area before covering again with the fresh banana skin
Your corn will soften
File down/smooth off
Repeat the banana skin and tape until it has disappeared. Depending on the size and age of the corn/veruca it can take anything from 3 days onwards to be removed.
As the skin starts to soften round the edges reduce the size of the banana skin to the size of the hard skin remaining.
If you have had the corn or verruca for a matter of days it will go roughly about the same time as it came.
If you have had the corn or verruca for a matter of months it will take approximately a week to shift
If you have had the corn or verruca for years then you should start to feel immediate relief after the first few hours but it will take approximately 3 weeks plus to move - as long as you keep treating it but you can, as it gets better, give the area a break for a few hours at a time . It is however important that you reduce the size of banana skin to the size of the corn or verruca as it shrinks and not have it contacting the healthy skin.
With reference to hard skin, after a couple of days you should notice a huge difference.
At long last no more pain, and you can start to walk properly again therefore reducing any additional aches that you may have picked up along the way due to over-compensating for the discomfort.