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I’ve tried many ways to fix blisters and heal calluses. And, no, I refuse to pee on my hands.
Try this. It works.
Before you go to bed at night:
1: Take a vitamin E capsule or two, tear the end.
2: Squeeze, generously, on calluses and gentle rub in.
Hey Presto, hard hands the next day.
If it is a very big full blister, poke it near the base with a sterilizer needle. Follow steps above.
If not so big, then just smear it vitamin E.
Note: Vitamin E creme doesn’t work. Use a capsule.
PS: I row. I know about torn hands.
Heh. I used to row, back in my teens.
I am favouring removing my calluses with a pumice stone.
This guy goes a little further.
ummm.. a bit of Vitamin E oil and a good night’s sleep seems to work for me.
YES keeping calusses flat is 100% important.
Ahghghghgh–gag. no knifes or aghagahagah with my method.
And Vit E works.
PS: Isn’t rowing good prep for SimpleFit/CrossFit? My plan is to convert all CrossFitters/SimpleFitters into rowers..mwhaaamwahmwhaaaaa!!!!!
Rowing is a huge part of Crossfit already. That was one of the main components of the cert.