A Listerine Foot Soak… does it work as a pedicure to soften feet?
Listerine Foot Soak
Ten minutes of soaking, a quick rinse so my feet wouldn’t smell like mint pickles, and here are the results:
Meh. It helped. A little. But the dead skin did not “practically fall right off.” It just sort of took off the top layer. And the Listerine made my toes tingle/burn. That was a little strange. I’ve also heard from other people who have tried this that they used blue Listerine and it made their feet turn blue!
I think there are much more effective ways to soften my feet. I have had great success applying plain old Vaseline to the dry areas before bed, then wearing socks to sleep so the Vaseline doesn’t rub off.
If you are struggling with athlete’s foot or foot fungus, this Listerine foot soak might be a good thing to try since vinegar and Listerine are both antibacterial and might help kill some of those pesky germs.
But as far as a miracle solution for dry feet, I think this one is just a Pin Between.