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seltaeb

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I've got a small callus on the bottom of my foot & bought this to remove it. I didn't read the warnings until I got it home & found you're not to use it if you have diabetes. Why can't we use this type of product?

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I use one of those thingys with something like sandpaper on them to file off rough spots on my feet. I have used it on callusses. I've never had a problem with it. I soak my feet after filing and then smear vasoline or Burt's Bees Wax on them, works good for me.
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I would imagine there is a risk for infection.


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I've got a small callus on the bottom of my foot & bought this to remove it. I didn't read the warnings until I got it home & found you're not to use it if you have diabetes. Why can't we use this type of product?


I think the lawyers require this type of a warning. If you developed an open wound from it and never checked your feet, complications could set in.
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