This Homemade Remedy Is Really Amazing: It cures Varicose Veins, Corns and Cracked Heels in Just 10 Days!


Have you ever experienced cracked heels? Well, you must know that this is a problem that can range from a simple cosmetic issue to a really painful condition.

Not only it is painful, but it is visible and unpleasant to the human eye.

If you have a thick callus that looks like dark brown or yellow discolored area of skin, or dark skin especially over the border of the skin, you definitely should consider having this cracked heels. For some people, this problem escalates to itching, redness inflammation or even peeling skin. As soon as the problem appears, make sure to take proper care in order to prevent cracks from entering deeper and causing pain and bleeding.

Many things can cause cracked heels but mainly they come with improper foot care, and most importantly wearing improper footwear. Sometimes they can be caused by an unhealthy diet, dry air, aging, prolonged standing or hard floors, lack of moisture. Furthermore, conditions like diabetes, eczema, psoriasis and thyroid disease can cause cracked heels.

Read further to find out an easy remedy that will help you to successfully eliminate the problem of cracked heels, calluses and corns within a 2 weeks result.


Crash 10 Aspirins (acetylsalicylic acid) or Andols (acetaminophen) like powder and put 250ml of 70% rubbing alcohol in a container and mix them together. Put the mixture in a small glass bottle and leave it for 1-2 days.

Every night, before use, shake the bottle and put some on a cotton or gauze pad. Apply on the problematic area, wrap your heel in a plastic foil and put the sock on.

Leave it for the night to act, and than in the next morning rinse with warm water.

You can apply some glycerin creme on your feet and scrub the heels to help the creme act better.

It won’t be more than 10-15 treatments that you will feel the difference and your cracked heels will disappear completely.





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