Dry feet and heels can be more than just an unpleasant view. They can lead to some aches as well. Dry skin can be caused by a number of factors, the most common being the lack of moisture. During the cold months it’s even harder to keep our feet soft and in good shape. Before giving hope and trying different products, it’s best to think about your habits - are you drinking enough water and getting enough vitamins and minerals? These are all important factors that can affect your feet’s condition.


Moisturize whenever possible

There are plenty of moisturizing products to try for keeping your feet hydrated. Use a heavy cream to moisturize tough skin on your feet every night, especially in the winter season. Put on comfy socks, after applying the cream to “trap” the moisture.

Scrub them

After you’ve soaked your feet for a while, be sure to give them a good scrub to smooth out the rough or dry areas. You can use a foot or facial scrub if you’d like or you can take your feet out of the water and use a pumice stone to massage the rough areas.


Massage with shea butter

Shea butter is another one of good home tricks for dry feet. Before you go to bed, massage a generous amount of Shea butter into your feet and heels and then, cover with clean socks. Leave Shea butter on overnight and it will penetrate deep into the dry skin and it will moisturise your fee.

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Delivers a boost of essential moisture to tackle dry feet

Non-greasy fast absorbing formula nourishes dry feet

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Apply over wet body skin and massage in circular motions for a moment, then rinse it

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