Dry, scaly feet are no match for a good foot scrub. In addition to exfoliating away dead skin, ones that contain essential oils are super nourishing. They also offer aromatherapy effects, so you can de-stress after a long day. Ahead, shop our some of our favorite body scrubs that are suitable for feet, designed to keep them looking and feeling their best through every season. Note: If you do have especially tough calluses, we recommend following up your scrub and soaking session with a pumice stone, foot file or electronic callus remover for the best results.
1. PureScrubs Organic Body Scrub Set
PureScrubs option features dead sea salt to exfoliate, as well as nourishing aloe vera, shea butter, argan oil and avocado oil. It comes as a set with a wooden spoon for stirring and scooping out the scrub, a round exfoliating loofah and exfoliating oatmeal bar soap for daily cleaning.
Pros: The scrub comes in 13 different scents, including peppermint and coconut.
Cons: Some may find it leaves a slightly oily residue on skin.
2. Tree Hut Shea Sugar Scrub
Tree Hut’s scrub features shea sugar grains to polish away dead skin and shea butter to hydrate and promote skin elasticity. It also contains unique natural ingredients like mango puree and pomegranate extract for extra nourishing and fresh-smelling effects.
Pros: This option is packed with a range of essential oils, including safflower seed, avocado, almond, macadamia and orange oils. In addition to fruity scents, it comes in a mocha and coffee bean option.
Cons: Some users may find the scents are strong.
3. Brooklyn Botany Brown Sugar Body Scrub
This scrub is made with brown sugar, which tends to be less abrasive than traditional salts while helping to lock in moisture.
Pros: In addition, this scrub includes glycolic acid, which helps fight bacteria and promote cell turnover for brighter, healthier looking skin. It’s packed with soothing essential oils including jojoba, evening primrose and grapefruit.
Cons: Some may find it leaves an oily residue behind.
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