Got Stinky Feet? The Solution is this Homemade Foot Spray Recipe

homemade foot spray

Got stinky feet? There is an easy solution to this problem. Heal your feet naturally with this awesome homemade foot spray.

homemade foot sprayDo you (and your loved ones) suffer from stinky feet? No worries, it happens to us all, but here is an easy, green solution to this particularly vexing problem.

This simple homemade foot spray is gentle yet healing, and uses all natural ingredients to truly heal your feet and help them smell lovely.

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Of course general cleanliness of your stinky feet and your footwear is important, but if you need something more, this homemade foot spray can help.

I made this years ago for a friend that suffered with athlete’s foot, and this helped heal his itchy feet. The natural anti-fungal and anti-bacterial ingredients help ward off the icky stuff, but the oils also work to truly heal your skin, unlike like regular foot sprays in the cans.

Essential Oils for Stinky Feet

The essential oils in this spray are good at killing the bacteria and fungi that cause stinky feet. Here’s a little bit more about essential oils for stinky feet and why they’re beneficial.

Grapefruit seed extract (GSE) and rosemary essential oil are incredibly powerful anti-fungals, anti-bacterials, and anti-parasitics with a myriad of household uses.

Tea tree oil is also anti-fungal, anti-bacterial, and anti-viral. If your stinky feet are caused by athlete’s foot, tea tree is especially beneficial.

Lavender and geranium oil, in combination with the other skin-healthy and healing oils in this recipe, make this a powerful yet gentle spray.

This is great replacement for the Dr. Scholls aerosol foot spray, which is non-recyclable and made from who-knows-what toxic ingredients. More importantly, it actually heals your feet, instead of just kept the fungus at bay. This recipe mostly fills a 2-ounce spray bottle, which I purchased from a health food store.

Homemade Anti-Fungal Foot Spray


1 oz witch hazel
1/2 oz rubbing alcohol
35 drops grapefruit seed extract
10 drops peppermint essential oil
20 drops tea tree essential oil
15 drops geranium essential oil
20 drops lavender essential oil
5 drops rosemary essential oil


1. Add all ingredients into a small bottle, and shake well to disperse. It should evaporate quickly from the skin, and leave a lovely herbal scent. Do test on a small area first to make sure it feels good on your skin.

2. Shake before each use, and use as many times as needed daily on your toes to keep the fungus away, especially after the shower and before putting on your shoes.

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A vegan chef, cookbook author, wellness educator, writer, surfer, and yogi based in Honolulu. Follow my delicious adventures on Instagram

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