Johnson's Foot Soap Quick Dissolving Powder, 8 Packets (Pack of 4)
- Quick dissolving powder in warm water makes medicine for your feet.
- Soaking with Johnson's Foot Soap soothes tired, aching feet
- Softens corns and calluses
- Relieves soreness, itching and burning
- Freshens feet with Arm & Hammer Baking Soda
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Keep out of reach of children. If you have diabetes or poor circulation, consult your doctor before using this or any other product that involves immersing the feet in hot water.
Soap, Sodium Sesquicarbonate, Sodium Borate, Sodium Bicarbonate (Baking Soda), Caramel, Potassium Iodide, Bran, Iodoform.
Pour contents of one packet into a foot basin. Add about 2 quarts of comfortably hot water. Stir to dissolve and soak feet for 15 to 20 minutes for maximum relief. For Corns and Callouses: Repeat treatment as needed until corns and callouses soften. See how much better your feet feel - refreshed and comfortable.
Top Customer Reviews
One additional note: I had looked at many foot spa products over the years and contemplated buying various bubbling vibrating spas in which to soak my tired feet. I borrowed one from my mother-in-law years ago but never perceived any significant benefit so didn't purchase one. Since using this product, I found that you don't need a fancy foot spa. I purchased two 12 quart plastic dish tubs, one for my daughter, and one for me. When we use the product, I put down a plush bath towel folded in half for each of us, place the basins of warm water mixed with Johnson's Foot Soap on top of each towel, then we sit down on the sofa and relax, placing our feet in our respective basins. We visit with each other while we soak our feet and find the time to be very relaxing.Read more ›
Whether you are elderly or not, Johnson's Foot Soap is very soothing to irritated skin, in either a foot bath or a whole-body bathtub. I recommend this product.
Buy in bulk because once you try it, you will not want to be without it.
And I keep doing so, because it's simply the best - a proven, foot remedy for sore and tired or otherwise exceedingly stressed feet.
A blissful and relaxing weekly foot bath with Johnson's Foot Soap is bound to improve your overall sense of well-being and state of health even if you have no significant foot problems worth mentioning.
It's also just the thing to soak your feet in for about 20-30 minutes to help soften them before attending to whatever else may be causing those poor dogs of yours to bark incessantly. Alternatively, it can even be used as a relaxing full-body bath.
In particular it helps prepare hard fungal nails for further treatment either with one of the available antifungal remedies such as Kerasal by improving nail penetration (see my review) or a more hands-on approach with an electric pedicure tool such as the Home Pedicure PediNova III - Electric Manicure Kit (see my review) for especially thick and problematic nails.
All in all this item is truly a foot care classic. Try it soon; you and your feet be glad you did!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I bought four boxes of these for my mother and me. Leaves your feet feeling relaxed and so soft! I don't recommend using in a foot spa (with the jets) because it does leave a film... Read morePublished 6 months ago by scrubbers
Due to some health problems, the skin on my feet & legs has gotten very dry. I used to use this when I worked retail in high school and was on my feet all day. Read morePublished 13 months ago by D'Neal
As an older person, the time required to soak and seek comfort is well worth the effort. Once weekly I use this compound to cleanse, clean and vitalize my old feet. Read morePublished 21 months ago by el capitan
I was so happy to find johnson's foot soak on amazon. I was so disappointed when Walmart stopped carrying it. This product is magical. It softens your feet like no other product. Read morePublished on July 26, 2014 by Amazon Customer
My parents used this and now my grandson is using it in his bath. It was hard to find in the stores. So glad I found this on web.Published on April 6, 2014 by Beverly Young