1.Put shaving cream on your feet. 2.In a bucket or sink, combine equal parts warm water and Listerine. 3.Soak a small hand towel in the solution of water and Listerine. 4.While the shaving cream is still on your feet wrap the wet hand towel around your feet and let it sit for 30 minutes. 5.After 30 minutes, use the towel to rub your feet. Some of the calloused and discolored skin will rub off. 6.Apply a healthy amount of lotion to your feet. is it a good idea to spend at

1.Put shaving cream on your feet. 2.In a bucket or sink, combine equal parts warm water and Listerine. 3.Soak a small hand towel in the solution of water and Listerine. 4.While the shaving cream is still on your feet wrap the wet hand towel around your feet and let it sit for 30 minutes. 5.After 30 minutes, use the towel to rub your feet. Some of the calloused and discolored skin will rub off. 6.Apply a healthy amount of lotion to your feet. is it a good idea to spend at

Blessing in a Bottle - also known as "kitchen Magic" This stuff will get through anything, make your sink and shower shine like new, and save you when just about nothing else works.

Blessing in a Bottle - also known as "kitchen Magic" This stuff will get through anything, make your sink and shower shine like new, and save you when just about nothing else works.

Baking Soda Shampoo. I tried this today. It's AMAZING! I just mixed it in with my regular shampoo. My hair feels so light and has crazy volume. It removes all the product build up  Wow! Also use baking soda and water as a face mask for 15 minutes to dry up oil in your pores.

Poo-Free Shampoo

Baking Soda Shampoo. I tried this today. It's AMAZING! I just mixed it in with my regular shampoo. My hair feels so light and has crazy volume. It removes all the product build up Wow! Also use baking soda and water as a face mask for 15 minutes to dry up oil in your pores.

Such a smart idea for filling up something that doesn't fit in the sink.

Such a smart idea for filling up something that doesn't fit in the sink.

DIY Daily Shower Cleaner...  24 ounces of water  1/2 cup hydrogen peroxide  1/2 cup rubbing alcohol  2 tsp dishwashing liquid (original recipe calls for Dawn. I use whatever I have on hand)  2 tsp automatic dishwasher rinse

DIY Daily Shower Cleaner... 24 ounces of water 1/2 cup hydrogen peroxide 1/2 cup rubbing alcohol 2 tsp dishwashing liquid (original recipe calls for Dawn. I use whatever I have on hand) 2 tsp automatic dishwasher rinse

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