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52 Weeks of Pinterest: Week 27 – Listerine & Vinegar Foot Soak!

This year I wanted to go with a resolution I would have no problem sticking to! Then as I was pinning an item on Pinterest, a light bulb flashed on above my head. Ok, maybe not literally, but this great idea popped into my head. Those of us who are Pinterest users know that we pin hundreds of things a week, but do we ever do them? So I decided this year I would do one of my pins every week. At the moment, 52 weeks of Pinterest was born. Each week I will do something I found on Pinterest rather it be a craft, new recipe, organizing technique, or whatever!

This week I went with a pin from our Shoe Fetish Board: Listerine & Vinegar Foot Soak.



Let me first say how weird it is taking feet pictures – I hate feet. Anyhow, I tried this awesome Pinterest find and it is A-M-A-Z-I-N-G!

What You Will Need:

1 Cup Listerine
1 Cup Hot Water (hot as you can stand)
1 Cup White Vinegar
Pumice Stone
Stir your ingredients into something that will hold all the liquid and  your feet. For my foot soak, I used an old nasty cake pan that I don’t use anymore. It holds the liquid and both the feet perfectly.

Put your feet into the concoction for at least 15 minutes, longer for drier/cracked feet. I let mine sit for about 30 minutes.  When I pulled my feet out and started to dry them off with the towel, the nasty skin was pretty much falling off without any help. Also – I used green Listerine, I had heard the blue would dye your feet. My feet were a little green when I pulled them out, but it washed right out in the shower that night.

Finish up with your pumice stone, and look out smooth feet.

I have tried MANY products on the market for dry feet and nothing has worked for me, until now. This is by far the best foot soak I have used and required the least amount of effort to get results.

Try it, I promise it will be worth your while.

I know – you want to see before and after pictures, but that is just weird and I couldn’t do it. You have to take my word for it here, or you can check out Google. 🙂

Make sure to pin this to Pinterest to save for later! If you are not following us on Pinterest, make sure to do so now so you don’t miss out on some great pins!

Hope you enjoyed Week 27 of 52 Weeks of Pinterest, come back next Saturday for another attempted pin!If you don’t want to wait a week for a new pin idea, checkout our DIY posts, there are some great ideas there as well!