If you’re reading this, it means that you, or someone you care about, has a corn that needs to be removed. You’ve come to the right place. Our family has been making CornStick® since 1967, and we believe that it’s one of the most effective corn removers available… and the easiest to use.
Here’s how to remove corns in 5 easy steps:
1. Get a tube of CornStick®
CornStick® is available on-line and at CVS and Rite Aid stores around the country.
2. Wash and dry the affected area
Keeping the area clean will help you get the most benefit from CornStick®.
3. Apply CornStick®
CornStick® is a dry solid, so it can easily be placed right onto the corn.
It you get any on the skin surrounding the corn, just wipe it off.
4. Cover with a soft bandage
An adhesive bandage with a pad will keep the CornStick® on the corn and allow it to work. Corn STICK® breaks down the layers of skin that form the corn. As the corn starts to disappear, the discomfort will disappear right along with it.
5. Repeat daily, as needed
Corns come in all different sizes, so it may take a few days of treatment to remove the corn, especially if you are just applying it overnight. Soaking the corn in warm water, between treatments, can be helpful.
That’s all you have to do.
CornStick® begins to work soon after you apply it to the corn. CornStick® contains the maximum amount of salicylic acid that can be found in an over-the-counter corn remover. You just apply it until the corn is gone, for up to 14 days. See you doctor or podiatrist if your corn lasts longer.
If you are diabetic or have poor circulation, you should not use CornStick® and check with your physician to determine the best treatment option. Please read all directions and drug facts. If you have any questions or comments, please let us know. We would love to hear from you.
Our family has been making CornStick® for more than 50 years. It has been used by millions of satisfied customers, many of whom have written us telling of their great success with CornSTICK®. CornSTICK® is available on-line and in CVS and Rite Aid stores around the country.