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Karen Thackery
Karen Thackery • 1 year ago

Foot soak

  • Cindy Dodge
    Cindy Dodge • 1 year ago

    Tried this for the 2nd time today. It does NOT work. The 1st time I did it according to directions. Not enough liquid, so had to triple it. The 2nd time I took a bath 1st, so my feet were softened. I tripled the recipe again and soaked for 30 minutes. Nothing. I still had rough feet. All this gave me was an emptier wallet. By the way, If you do decide to try this, DO NOT use blue Listerine. It left me with lovely blue feet. LOL

  • Stacey Reaves
    Stacey Reaves • 1 year ago

    I did it tonight. It was wonderful. Right after you soak, use a pumis stone or something abrasive. The dead skin peels right off. Rinse and lotion for the smoothest feet ever. The blue also peels off if you scrub afterwards.

  • D M
    D M • 42 weeks ago

    I tried it as well, and all it did was make my feet smell minty. I use straight vinegar and that works for me after using the pediegg on them.

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