The skin on your feet can help stay soft and beautiful with regular oiling.

The hardening of the soles of the feet also remains elastic when a lotion is applied to them daily.

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    Definitely not worth it

It is worth keeping the foot cream at hand.

We tested different options for different lubricants.


Tummeli Foot Cream, 3.95 € / 100 ml

Promise: Moisturizes and softens dry skin on the soles of the feet.

Contains lactic acid-based raw material to help maintain foot well-being and microbial balance.

Unscented composition.

Made with Heinävesi.

Experience: Thick cream is a savior for dry feet.

The cream is free of unnecessary fragrances and otherwise obvious base fat: no unnecessary refinement, but it takes care of the job, ie moisturizing the feet, with guarantee.


Mon Sun Minute Revival Mineral & Moist Cooling Foot Mask, 11.90 € / 125 ml

Promise: A fast-absorbing foot mask cools the feet immediately and has an antiperspirant effect.

It provides a fresh start or a relaxing decision for a busy day.

Refreshing minerals and moisturizing hyaluronic acid soften and relax the feet.

Experience: This is definitely the lightest cream in the test.

The fluid emulsion spreads lightly, thinly and quickly on the feet and feels really cool, as promised.

With this, you could do a massage at the end of a long day or apply even in the morning to wake your feet.

Light moisturizing.


CeraVe SA Renewing Foot Cream, € 9.50 / 88 ml

Promise: Foot cream for very dry, rough and uneven skin.

Exfoliates, moisturizes, soothes and cares for the skin.

The composition, which contains salicylic acid, ceramides, hyaluronic acid, glycerin, niacinamide and ammonium lactate, softens the skin and helps to strengthen its protective wall.

A product developed with dermatologists that moisturizes and supports the regeneration of the surface layer of the skin.

Fragrance free.

Experience: You can also rely on the affordable pharmacy set in foot creams.

The rich cream is fragrance-free, spreads easily but thickly on the feet and feels instantly nourishing.

This can really be recommended to just about anyone.


Ekopharma Helsinki Hilla Foot Cream, 15 € / 100 ml

Promise: Effectively moisturizes and softens the skin of the feet.

Absorbs very well.

Domestic natural cosmetics.

Airless pump bottle.

Experience: This is the lightest-feeling cream when applying the test.

The composition is more reminiscent of hand cream.

A lovely scent far from the herbal scent of natural cosmetics!

Fast absorption makes use comfortable.

The feet don’t get greasy, but still seem to get moisture.


Oriflame Feet Up Advanced Intensive Moisture Foot Mask, 15 € / 100 ml

Promise: Glycerol, beeswax and shea butter moisturize and nourish the skin.

A combination of four minerals and trace elements: Copper softens the skin, zinc soothes, magnesium protects and softens and iron helps the skin to heal.

Experience: The foot cream in the Oriflame jar, titled as a mask, is wonderfully full-bodied and greasy.

This makes perhaps the quickest way to get really soft from the dry areas of the soles of the feet.

At the same time, the user experience is of course the fatest part of the test.

The peppermint-like scent most closely resembles the scent familiar from traditional pedicure products.


Lycon Lyco'pedi Smoothing Cream, 15.80 € / 75 ml

Promise: Contains fruit acids, shea butter and vitamins.

Hyaluronic acid, vitamins B5 and E, and fish collagen bring moisture, shea butter to smooth and improve the skin’s own protective wall, and AHA acids exfoliate and soften calluses and affected skin.

Lemon tea tree and peppermint refresh and remove odors.

Suitable for all skin types.

Experience: Here is definitely the most wonderful scent of the test!

At the same time fresh, tart and sweet.

The composition is relatively light and quickly absorbed, the feet do not feel any sticky.

Still moisturizes and softens.

Lovely pampering for the feet.

Photos: Manufacturers

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