- Soak your feet in warm water and throw in some soothing lavender or rosemary oil for about 10 minutes.
- After your feet have soaked, use a pumice stone to smooth out small mounds of dead skin, being careful not to rub off healthy skin in the process
- For thicker, rough areas, use a callus filer
- Rinse feet and towel dry
- Apply some emollient foot cream
- Repeat as necessary as buildup recurs
Tweezerman Pink Travel Pedro Callus Stone – Petite so you can bring it along, and a nice oval shape to smooth away calluses, cracked heels and bunions. $12 but well worth it.
Amlactin Foot Cream Therapy – Loaded with alpha hydroxy acids for effective exfoliation and therapy for cracking heels, also makes a great product for rough elbows. Â Around $10.99
Neutrogena Norwegian Formula – The same rich cold weather formula for your hands, but thicker and stonger for your winter worn feet, and at a price you cannot beat. Around $4.49
Burt’s Bees Coconut Foot Creme – Like a pina colada, this delicious creme smells like your feet are taking you away for a quick trip to a tropical island, with a little peppermint oil thrown in to wake up your tootsies too. Â Around $8.99
L’Occitane Lavender Harvest Relaxing Foot Cream – Great for relieving stress and exhausting, this light cream relaxes tired feet with calming lavender essential oil and refreshing menthol. Aaahhh – you’ll be addicted. Around $20.