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DIY  Foot Spray Recipe – NO More Stinky Feet!

Sick and tired of stinky feet? You will love this diy foot spray for stinky feet with all natural ingredients.

DIY foot spray recipeStinky feet can be embarrassing and inhibiting, causing you to dread taking off your shoes. However, they usually are not a cause for medical concern. And you shouldn’t despair because there is a SOLUTION for you.

Although feet odor is common among men, it is also a problem for women.

So, what causes smelly feet?

The root causes of smelly feet are bacteria and moisture. Sweating in your feet creates a conducive environment (moisture) for bacteria to thrive.

The bacteria that live in your feet (this is normal) feed on the sweat and dead skin cells, producing isovaleric acid, which causes the odor.

Other causes of smelling feet include Athlete’s foot, which is a fungal infection, and certain medications.

More than Just a Stinky Foot Spray…

Another reason I really like this foot spray is that it does much more than keeping foot odor at bay. You can also use it to reinvigorate your tired feet and for achy feet relief.

We have been discussing lately the stress of the upcoming and fast approaching holiday season; but did you know that our feet consume most of our body’s stress?

If you think about it, it makes perfect sense. Our feet, that hold more than 7200 nerve endings, the number one job is to be the foundational support for our body.

This spray reinvigorates tired feet even as it removes toxic elements.

It provides the necessary agents that boost circulation in the feet. This helps to eliminate stress, leaving your feet feeling relaxed and renewed.

All you need for your diy foot spray is only three ingredients. The first ingredient is witch hazel, which has antiseptic properties and helps to reduce inflammation.

The second ingredient is tea tree oil – not to be confused with tea tree essential oil. Tea tree oil is a potent antimicrobial agent and natural deodorizer. It inhibits bacterial growth, helping to fight athlete’s foot and foot odor.

The third ingredient is peppermint essential oil, which not only has a wonderful aroma but also contains antimicrobial properties. It also has pain relieving properties, making it helpful for tired achy feet.

Additionally, peppermint essential oil is also excellent for its ability to improve circulation, helping to prevent and/or reduce swelling in your feet and ankles.

So whether your problem is achy or stinky feet, you will surely find this smelly spray very helpful. What a double whammy!

(Note: Because of the peppermint essential oil ingredient, this recipe is only safe for kids above age 10! You can try substituting lavender essential oil for kids between 5 and 10.)


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DIY antifungal foot spray

DIY Foot Spray Recipe

What You Need

 Benefits of Ingredients

  • Witch Hazel contains antiseptic and antibacterial qualities to reduce inflammation
  • Tea tree oil is a powerful antimicrobial agent that blocks bacterial and fungal growth, combating infections such as athlete’s foot as well as foot odor
  • Peppermint essential oil improves circulation, relieves pain and prevents stinky feet
  • Solubol is a dispersant.  It mixes the oils and water base (which is the Witch Hazel) to keep it skin safe.  You can find on-line at reputable places such as: https://www.aromatics.com/products/solubol-dispersant.

Smelly feet spray recipe


  1. Combine the witch hazel, tea tree oil, and peppermint essential oil in the spray bottle and shake well
  2. Add in the Solubol and give your bottle one more shake
  3. Store in a cool place for best results
  4. Shake before each use.
  5. Make new batch every 2 weeks.

How to Use Your Homemade Foot Spray

For stinky feet – Spray on your feet, especially on your soles and in between your toes. Use 2-3 times daily after shower and  before putting on your shoes.

For tired and achy feet – Spray a generous amount onto a cotton pad or washcloth and gently massage into your feet for several minutes. Massaging in a circular motion will help speed up circulation and produce better results.

After a long stressful day of holiday shopping or cooking, or standing on your feet at work, take a few minutes for yourself and reinvigorate your tired feet with this diy foot spray. Your body will thank you for it!

No more stinky feet spray

How to Prevent Stinky Feet

  • Breathable Socks – Wear breathable socks. These are made with sweat-wicking material that absorbs sweat, helping to reduce moisture in your feet. Thus making it difficult for the odor-causing bacteria to thrive and cause smelly feet. I will also suggest changing your socks regularly.
  • Say No to Rubber Shoes – Opt for made with leather or mesh (breathable) instead of rubber. And alternate your shoes on a regular basis to allow them to dry very well before the next use.

Natural Stinky Feet Remedies

  • Vinegar Foot Soak – Add 1 part of apple cider vinegar (ACV) to 2 parts of water in a bowl/tub. You can use white vinegar if you don’t have ACV. Soak your feet for 15-20 minutes. Not only does vinegar act as a natural deodorizer, but it also helps to detoxify your feet.
  • Epsom Salt Soak – Add 1/2 cup of Epsom salt to a tub of warm water. Soak your feet for 10-20 minutes. Just like the vinegar foot soak, this is a great stinky feet home remedy.

Homemade foot spray

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This article is for educational and informational purposes only and does not intend to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease or health condition. It is always recommended that you seek the advise of your private medical doctor.

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