Dr. Scholl’s DreamWalk Comfort Insoles ($7.99) – although I don’t wear heels that often anymore, I still love to wear them from time to time. These cushion insoles make wearing heels bearable. There are a few different styles–I like the ball of the foot cushions since that’s where my feet hurt. Dr. Scholl’s For Her Exfoliating Stone File ($3.99) – this has wide, abrasive surface contoured to the shape of your heel to create smooth, soft skin on the roughest, most callused parts of your feet. Temple Spa Ahhhh ($25)-this lightweight balm will chill, calm and refresh legs and feet that have been walking or standing for too long. Containing a soothing blend of essential oils to soothe away aches and pains, extracts of dandelion to help reduce swelling and menthol to cool. My feet tend to swell in the heat so this helps tremendously! Emjoi Micro-Pedi Callus Remover ($39.99) –this little device is a miracle worker on dry, callused feet. No more razor blades or graters–this is extremely safe and effective! Read my full and see the before and after pics here! Bliss Softening Socks + Foot Patrol ($49.99) – rub the foot patrol cream in then put these gel lined socks on. The socks soften, smooths, and pamper with olive oil, grapeseed oil, and vitamin E. They are good for 50 uses! Bath & Body Works Heel of Approval ($15)– made with glycolic acid, this cream does the job on dry, cracked heels. I like to run around my house bare foot and so my heels get very dry–this gets them in shape fast! Aquaphor Healing Ointment – When my feet get really dry, I rub this into them and then wear a thin pair of cotton socks to bed; in a few nights my tootsies are soft again! Barefoot Repair ($6.99) – another salve for dry heels, this has Nourishing Neem Oil, Urea, Karanja Oil, and Rosemary Oil for replenishing moisture. Barefoot Repair Callus Softening ($6.99) – this stuff is amazing! Apply to dry skin, wait until it dries and then rub off your dry skin! It really works well for dry skin and it has paraffin in it so your feet feel so soft after! Champney’s Foot Scrub ($7.99) – this is great way to start at at-home pedicure. This foot scrub is softening, revitalizing !