In 1970, Royce Garner, a high school science teacher in Boise, Idaho, produced his first batch of Toe Juice®. His endeavor began when his infant son had flaking, dry, cracked feet. The many lotions and creams were ineffective and messy. So Royce did some research, went to his lab, and came out with a revolutionary new product. Not only did it fix and prevent further complications with his son’s feet, but over the years many friends, family, and acquaintances have benefited from the strength of Royce’s Toe Juice®. Those who benefited from the fast drying liquid, often encouraged Royce to take it public.
Toe Juice can be used for
Misc. Skin Irritation
I was intrigued when I came across Toe Juice. Myself and my boys have eczema and dry skin. My heels are really dry and cracked also. The boys of course get plenty of bug bites, scrapes and boo boos. The first and most noticeable thing about Toe Juice is the scent. It’s kind of minty like mouthwash lol. It does contain isopropyl alcohol. I used it first on a patch of ezcema type rash on my arm. Remember what I just said about the alcohol? It stung, I yelled, and then it stopped lol. It doesn’t sting as much after the first time you use it. Now I’ve been using it for about 2 weeks and while I can still see the outline of the spot, it is lighter, and when I apply it it stops the itching almost immediately. Unfortunately my boys won’t let me use it on them yet, but we’re working on that lol. They are a little bit chicken when it comes to trying new things. The Toe Juice has been helpful to me and I would recommend it to others looking for a product to help with skin conditions.