Calluses between your toes and fingers are softer than other type of calluses, and to get rid of them is quite different, because they are in the sweating area. In addition, continued friction can lead to worsening the problem. A long-term solution is to give up the footwear that makes your fingers to rub between them.
Fortunately, it’s not hard to get rid of calluses between toes and fingers, and there are some simple solutions to do that.
Keep in mind! Calluses, no matter where they appear, should never be cut with nail clamps or scissors. You risk to get to serious injuries and to infect the area, because it’s exposed to bacteria.
1. Apple cider vinegar is still a handy cure for everybody. Soak a cotton ball in ACV and leave it on the affected area overnight. The next day wash well your feet or hands with an antibacterial soap. Repeat this procedure every night and the calluses will soften and will heal.
2. Mix 1 tablespoon of lemon juice with 5 to 6 crushed aspirins. Apply the paste on the affected areas, wrap your foot or hand in a plastic bag and wait 10 minutes to take effect. Remove the bag and wash well with antibacterial soap.