7 Other Uses Of Listerine Mouthwash - # 4 Is Quite Surprising



Listerine is a brand of antiseptic mouthwash product. It is promoted to “kill germs that cause bad breath”. Listerine was first developed in 1879 and until now many people are still using it.

But aside from using it as a mouthwash, you can also use Listerine in a different ways.

1. Cough and Cold Treatment – Gargle the Listerine to remove the severe cough and cold.

2. Acne Cure – Soak a cotton ball in the Listerine and dab it on the acne.

3. Dandruff – Mixed 1 cup of water and ¼ cup of Listerine and gently massaged it to the hair after rinsing it.

4. Deodorant – Apply a small amount of Listerine in your armpits. This will prevent you in having unwanted body odor.

5. Lice Infestation – This can help to remove lice by soaking it up on your head and scalp and cover it with a shower cap for 1 hour.

6. Blisters – Just soak a cotton ball in the Listerine and dab it on the affected area.

7. Toenails Fungus and Stinky Feet – Listerine has an astringent that is capable of killing odor-causing bacteria. Mixed 2 parts of warm water in 1 part of Listerine and soak it on your feet in a few minutes every day.



Source: Buzzooks , Artikulo
7 Other Uses Of Listerine Mouthwash - # 4 Is Quite Surprising 7 Other Uses Of Listerine Mouthwash - # 4 Is Quite Surprising Reviewed by Admiin Artikulo on 8:31 PM Rating: 5
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