If you want to remove excess callus yourself, it is best to take a foot bath first. This makes the callus soft, making it easier to remove. Add a cup of Dead Sea salt to help your body excrete waste through the feet at the same time.
You can remove the excess callus with a peeling. After you have soaked your feet in the foot bath, you can massage the calluses with the peeling. Leave for a few minutes and rinse well with lukewarm water.
Lava Stone, Pumice Stone, Foot File or other tool
If you have a lot of callus, you can also remove it with a tool such as a Lava Stone, Pumice Stone, Foot File, etc. You can use a Lava Stone on wet skin, the other tools you use on dry skin. So pat the skin dry after your foot bath and remove the callus.
When using a tool, avoid removing too much skin, because then you stimulate the skin to produce more calluses. So only remove the outer layer of callus so that a protective layer remains.
Moisturizing foot cream
When you have removed the excess callus, rinse the feet with clean water and pat them dry. Then massage them with a Foot Cream against chapping and dry skin. Use this cream 1-2 times a day to prevent the callus from hardening and splitting causing chapping.
Have you tried to remove callus yourself, but are you still bothered by it? Please contact a (medical) pedicure or podiatrist.