Hydrogen Peroxide Footbath 5 cups of warm water 8 ounces (1 cup) of 3% Hydrogen Peroxide (use food-grade to ensure purity)* 1 teaspoon of Epsom Salt 1 Foot tub (big enough to comfortably place your feet without crunching your toes). If redness or irritation occurs, the amount of peroxide used can be reduced.
Another great way to get hydrogen peroxide into your body, yet bypass the digestive system, is to use a footbath.
If you spill some, wash the area immediately with water to dilute it.
If you get it on your skin, rinse under running water.
The skin will temporarily turn white, and in extreme cases peel off, but no permanent harm is done as the ‘burn’ will heal fairly quickly.
If it’s in a plastic bottle, then direct the opening away from you when you open it, in case it spits some out from the pressure build-up.