5 Hydrating Foot Creams

Your tired feet will thank you.


CeraVe Renewing SA Foot Cream


This cream is slightly richer and contains salicylic acid and ammonium lactate to slough off the buildup of dead cells that cause calluses. Plus it contains ceramides—a natural moisturizer that’s found in the skin—along with niacinimide to help promote the production of ceramides for super hydrated skin.

To buy: $11; walgreens.com.

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Soap & Glory Heel Genius Foot Cream


Rub this formula, made with fruit acids like orange and lemon, on feet at night and cover with socks for a deep treatment to get rid of calluses fast. Glycerin and macadamia oil help nourish dry skin, while menthol cools and soothes. 

To buy: $9; target.com.

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Isdin Uradin Gel Oil


Made with chemical exfoliant urea, this lightweight gel melts into skin so that you don’t have to wear socks over it when slathering on before bed. The best part? You'll see a difference after just a couple of uses.

To buy: $30; isdin.com.

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Aveda Foot Relief Moisturizing Cream


This luxe feeling cream contains natural fruit acids to gently slough off dead skin cells. It also uses jojoba and castor oil to deeply hydrate heels and feet. Even if you don’t need moisture, the peppermint oil and tea tree oil work wonders on tired, sore feet.

To buy: $24; aveda.com.

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Organic Doctor Virgin Olive Oil Foot & Heel Cream


Organic olive oil and olive leaf extract make this formula super rich and moisturizing.  It also uses lemon peel extract to help exfoliate while organic aloe juice helps soothe tired feet.

To buy: $18; jet.com.

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