This is one remedy that really works and with Flip Flop season here on Long Island we all want our feet to look good
I saw this post on Pinterest that suggested 1cup of water, 1/4 cup of listerine, 1/4 cup of vinegar.
I have my Homedics foot bath that heats/ massages and bubbles (It is ahhhh-mazing). The amount of liquid the post suggested barely fills my footbath up even a smidge.
So I filled the warm water to where I wanted it and added a 1/4 of the way with vinegar and another 1/4 of the way with Listerine.
But, I decided to go one step further and poured in Epsom salt to really help make the bottom of my feet smoother. I hate getting calluses on my feet especially during flip flop season. So I am happy to try any DIY remedy and this works great and the house smells minty fresh : )
I soaked my feet for 30 minutes and scrubbed the bottom of my foot with a pumice stone too
I hope you like the remedy as much as I did!
- Liquid Pleasure Pedicure (thebodiesofknowledge.wordpress.com)
- Fabulous & Frugal Foot Bath – Listerine & Vinegar (smplyanitascorner.wordpress.com)
- Fabulous & Frugal Foot Bath – Listerine & Vinegar (smplyanita619.wordpress.com)
- Listerine with Shaving Cream (britneyannmarie.wordpress.com)
- A Treat for your Feet: Home Made Foot Bath Ideas. (ecostore.com.au)
- Listerine Vinegar Foot Soak (housewifetrials.wordpress.com)
5 thoughts on “DIY Listerine & Vinegar Foot Bath”
Ok I’m trying it on John’s feet now! Lol
How much Epsom salts did you use?
You can never not have to much Epsom Salt it feels so good on your feet. I would add at least at 2 cups. ; )
So would u say fill the foot bath half them add one cup of each n 2 cups of Epsom salt?
I would add the water and fill half way then add one cup of listerine and one cup of vinegar and then 2 cups of epsom salt. You will feel the coolness and then scrub with a pumice stone. To be honest I have not done this since 2013 but, I know it is a popular. Let me know what you think : )