Listerine Foot Soak: The Toe Fungus Cure
Listerine foot soak (sometimes a listerine vinegar foot soak) is told to be the foot fungus, cracked heels, toe fungus cure, and athlete's foot cure all. Does it work though?
What Is The Listerine Foot Soak
It's summertime and sandals are revealing that we haven't had a pedicure in a long time. The Listerine foot soak is a type of DIY foot bath that will make your feet look healthier. It's primarily used to treat athlete's foot, cracked heels, calluses, and as a toe fungus cure. The listerine foot soak soaks your feet in an anti-bacterial, anti-inflammatory solution (the listerine) and kills any bacteria on your feet and kills potentially any toe fungus. The 30-60 minute soak allows your skin to soften and your post-foot bath scrub to be more effective at sloughing off dead skin cells.
The Listerine Foot Soak Recipe
Ingredients for Listerine Foot Soak
You only need two ingredients and a small bucket or foot bath to get started:
- 1/4 cup Listerine original mouthwash
- 1/2 cup warm water
- 1 small plastic container that is big enough for both feet
How to do the Listerine Foot Soak
Use these simple steps to gain the full benefits from your foot soak.
Pour all ingredients into foot bath: * Grab your phone or favorite podcast (or TV show) * Sit down * Submerge both feet completely in tub * Sit for thirty minutes, but if you can, for one hour. * Remove feet after time is up * Use foot scrub on your calluses * Dead skin should come off easily * Rinse feet in pure water * Repeat once a week