Q. I have a cure for stinky feet. Wash them, dry them well and apply Mitchum unscented solid antiperspirant to the toes and the area between them. I applied it every day for about a month, then every other day, then once every few weeks. I now apply it just once a month and it works very well. I use a separate applicator for my feet instead of the same one I use under my arms.
A. Reducing perspiration on the feet is a good way to discourage bacterial growth. This contributes to foot odor. Other strategies include foot soaks with Epsom salts, baking soda or dilute vinegar.