Listerine Foot Soak: Does It Work?

Medical News Today addressed Listerine foot soaks in a recent report. The purpose of these soaks is to remove cracked skin and the dry outer layer of skin from foot calluses. According to its proponents, the methyl salicylate contained in Listerine is effective for this purpose. Methyl salicylate is closely related to salicylic acid. This is one of the most commonly sold over-the-counter remedies for warts. This removes a few layers of the wart at a time. It is worth noting that this type...

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