15. Change Your Hairstyle
As a general rule, it is good to avoid letting hydrogen peroxide touch your hair on a normal day. If, however, you want to change your hairstyle, it may be a cheap and good idea to splash your hair with a little of the chemical. Adding highlights to your hair is a very easy process. Simply spray some hydrogen peroxide on your damp hair using a spray bottle, let it sit for 15 minutes, and rinse it off in the shower for brighter hair.
14. Fix Your Feet
Much like how hydrogen peroxide can give you great facial skin, it can also make your feet smoother than they have been in a long while. Skip your next pedicure at that expensive place you normally go to and try to do one yourself. It doesn’t take long and is very simple to do. Allowing your feet to soak in warm bathwater and hydrogen peroxide for around 30 minutes will leave your feet looking very clean, remove any stench, and make them very smooth.
13. Clean Your Toothbrush
For something we put in our mouths at least every morning and night, toothbrushes are not something that we normally clean. Toothbrushes usually sit out on the bathroom counter, unsheathed and open to all types of bacteria, including those that come from an open flushing toilet. If you are worried about having a dirty toothbrush, try soaking your toothbrush in a cup of hydrogen peroxide for at least 30 minutes. The soaking should ensure that your toothbrush is clean and ready to go.