The foot soak DOES work for loosening, softening and removing dead, hard, calloused skin. You need 3 additional things: much more of the vinegar & Listerine for the bottom of your feet to be immersed, 20-30 minutes of patience while your feet soak, and a pumice stone (or tool of choice) to slough while your feet are wet. Finish with some form of moisturizer (Vaseline will suffice) and your feet will almost be like velvet. My CRUSTY feet are the running joke in my household, and an eyesore too. Very happy to have a remedy that easily removes the mortified layers!
Hi I have feet that look worse then yours. The only thing I found that sloughs off the dead skin is Zim’s Crack Creme it literally falls off unfortunately since I moved back to california very hard to find. I found it very easily when I lived in kentucky. Has anybody tried the fish that eat the dead skin off your feet soak at salons that’s also supposed to work never tried it.
Use 1-cup regular or generic brand mouth wash,(I used a generic light brownish color, Walmart brand), and 1-cup vinegar, 2-cups hot water, and few drops of peppermint essential oil, 2 drops of dish soap, and handful of Epson salt, let feet soak for a good while, (watch a movie) then dry off feet with rough towel……. my water was left gross from all the dead skin that came off, and the towel had to be shook to remove dead skin, I then moisturized feet with coconut oil every night … have never had dry or smelly feet since then… not sure if was the soak or coconut oil? but it worked!
3. Plastic Tub – Nothing fancy is needed to give feet a soak, just a sturdy plastic tub that holds water. Of course, there are foot baths with jets and massaging elements if you prefer.