These Moisturizing Socks Will Save Super-Dry Feet

If you suffer from dry, cracked skin on your feet, chances are, a pair of moisturizing socks will be a total lifesaver. They typically feature a blend of soothing essential oils, vitamins and gels that help replenish the skin and prevent moisture loss. To ensure you find the best ones on the market, we gathered some of our favorite moisturizing socks for men and women. We included two heel-sleeves that are specifically designed to target callused heels and a pair of toe socks to nourish the whole foot, even in between the toes.

1. NatraCure Gel Moisturizing Socks

These vibrant toe socks feature a SmartGel inner lining that slowly releases a mineral oil containing shea butter, vitamin E, aloe vera and vitamin F forte.

Pros: Each toe is enclosed with SmartGel to treat dry cuticles. They come in three sizes to choose from.

Cons: They might feel long for some.

NatraCure 5-Toe Gel Moisturizing Socks
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2. Codream Moisturizing Socks

These no-toe socks have a gel lining and feature a cotton-spandex blend for ultimate stretchy, form-fitting comfort. They’re infused with vitamin E, olive oil, grapeseed oil, jojoba oil and rose oil.

Pros: Vented holes allow for breathability. An interior silicone heel pad keeps the lotion where it belongs to effectively treat the heel. These come as a pack of two.

Cons: If you want to treat the entire foot, these sleeves aren’t for you.

Codream Vented Moisturizing Socks
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3. CareMe+ SILKEase Moisturizing Socks

These 100% cotton toeless socks have gel in the heel and are infused with olive, jojoba and grapeseed oil.

Pros: They’re designed with ventilation to help keep feet cool and fresh. Lavender and rose essential oil offer a soothing scent. They come as a pack of three.

SILKEase Moisturizing Socks
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