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Athlete's foot - soak your feet

Submitted by sailfishoney

Mix 1 cup epsom salt a 1/4 cup bedadine, a big squeeze of liguid dish use warm water. Soak your feet do this 3 times a day until you see it go away. Won't take long and really does work!!


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would like to try, but dont understand Comments By: anon on 2006-10-26
what is bedadine and a big squeeze of what

TipKing says: It is calling for a big squeeze of dish detergent (Washing up liquid). Bedadine is some sort of mediacal preperation. Have a look on Google. I do not know anything about it

 
clear to me, just bad spelling. Comments By: anon on 2007-04-12
This seems clear to me, but allow me to Translate: 1 Cup Epsom salt; 1/4 cup Betadine, a squeeze of liquid dishwashing soap such as Dawn or Palmolive.
 
Athletes Foot Soak Comments By: Anon on 2008-02-17
hi there,
as these tips are for people googling in the UK couldnt you be a little more thoughtful and give ingredients we have actually heard of and can buy in england?
just a thought! :(

 
Ingrediants Comments By: shane on 2009-10-12
Betadine is a topical solution of a type of iodine. The dish detergent is not needed as betadine is its own emulsifier.
 
Athletes Foot Vinegar Soak Comments By: Jake on 2010-08-20
Pour 1 1/2 cups of vinegar in a bowl or a plastic container. Put the effected Athletes Foot area into the vinegar and let soak for 15 minutes. It will be totally gone! It might burn and itch for the first minute or two, but it will be totally ERASED after 15 minutes. It was like you never had it!
 



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