Halitosis is a fancy medical term for bad breath. It was also a fantastic marketing campaign for Listerine. Listerine, being the most popular mouthwash out there, made over $340 million dollars in 2015. Listerine used the fear of halitosis as the backbone of their ad campaign in the 1920’s and their stock prices have been rising ever since.

Well, it’s no wonder this product is being used in so many creative ways. Just take a look at the article below and find out more about this:

Rub It Under Your Arms

Yes, you can use Listerine to rub it under your arms, and trust me – it works great! A simple question – have you ever found yourself without deodorant at a very inopportune moment? Well, if your answer is yes, then you shouldn’t be worried, because Listerine is great for fighting underarm odors whenever you are in a pinch! And, it’s very simple – just pour some Listerine onto a cotton ball and gently dab it under your arms.

Soak Your Feet in It

Yes, you got that right – Listerine can also be great for getting rid of toenail fungus. Here’s what you need to do – you just have to make yourself a Listerine foot bath and allow your toes to soak for half an hour. Or, you can add a little bit of white vinegar for particularly bad cases.

Pour It Down the Toilet

Did you know that Listerine can actually clean and deodorize your bowl? Well yes, and all you have to do is pour a little in and use your toilet brush to give things a light scrub. Not only will it clean your toilet, but it will also give it a great shine and a good smell.

 Dab It On Your Itches

To be honest with you, I really think that you’ll be shocked when we tell you that dabbing Listerine on your itchy bug bites can give you some much-needed relief. The experts highly recommend using it for itchy reactions to poison ivy or poison oak!

Wet Your Hair with It

Yes, just wet your hair with it, because Listerine was once marketed as a way to get rid of dandruff! Well, this means that you should give it a try. Just massage some Listerine onto the scalp, wrap your hair in a towel, and wash it out after you’ve allowed it to do its work!

Rub It On Your Dog

You’ll be amazed when we tell you that many pet owners skip expensive flea sprays and products, instead opting for a little bit of Listerine. This flea-fighting method is a surprising alternative to sometimes harsh chemicals. Well, you can mix it with shampoo in a bath or dilute it with water! Or, you can use it as a spray.

Written by jale