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Best Callus Razors

Calluses are layers of thickened skin exposed to repeated friction. On feet, they typically occur near the base of the toes where the shoe rubs against the skin. And although they’re typically painless, they can be sources of irritation. For at-home removal of these troublesome spots, try a callus razor. Ahead, we rounded up some of the best options you can buy to make your search easier. The styles we chose feature grippy handle designs and small, sharp blades designed for precision.

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1. Zizzon Callus Shaver

This option is made with durable stainless steel and a solid wood handle for a secure hold.

Pros: The file head is removable, making it easy to clean without wetting the entire unit.

Cons: The razor comes installed out of the box, so be careful when removing it.

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2. iButliv Callus Remover

For corns, calluses, dead skin and more, this option is made to give you the smooth results you desire.

Pros: The ribbed design of the handle offers great grip. It also comes with 10 replacement blades.

Cons: It doesn’t come with assembly instructions.

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3. Beiny Callus Shaver

Target even the toughest calluses on soles with this rust-resistant, stainless steel blade.

Pros: It features a wooden handle for grip and comes with 10 replacement blades.

Cons: The razor blade can slip out.

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