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These Foot Massage Creams Have a Cooling Effect on Skin

If you struggle with sore, achy feet, a massage cream with cooling effects may be just what the doctor ordered. Creams containing naturally cooling ingredients like menthol, peppermint and aloe vera are likely to leave feet in need of some pampering. Here, to help narrow down the options on the market, we rounded up a few of our favorite foot massage creams made to soothe and calm skin.

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1. Rolencos Peppermint Rescue Foot Cream

This cream contains peppermint oil and menthol, skin-enhancing grapeseed and safflower seed oil, exfoliating urea and beeswax, which fights chapped skin and bacterial infections.

Pros: It offers a fresh minty scent.

Cons: Some may find the cooling effect is minimal.

Rolencos Peppermint Rescue Foot Cream
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2. Biotone Herbal Foot Massage Lotion

This stuff uses peppermint as well as rosemary to help stimulate circulation, bacteria-inhibiting bay laurel, healing lemon peel and softening agents like mineral and antioxidant-rich sea kelp.

Pros: It comes in a sizable 32 fluid ounce bottle with a pump dispenser.

Cons: It’s a bit cumbersome for on the go use.

Biotone Herbal Foot Massage Lotion
CREDIT: Courtesy of Amazon

3. Botanic Hearth Sore Muscle & Foot Massage Cream

This cream is made with menthol and other powerful ingredients known to help ease sore muscles, such as portulaca oleracea extract, asiatica extract and artemisia capillaris flower extract.

Pros: It also contains naturally cooling aloe vera.

Cons: Some may find it soaks into the skin too fast.

Botanic Hearth Sore Muscle & Foot Massage Cream
CREDIT: Courtesy of Amazon
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