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    The Body Shop Peppermint Cooling Spray ($10, thebodyshop-usa.com)

    "It’s like an instant air conditioner for the legs and feet."

    July 2012

  2. 2/10

    Ciate Rich Papaya Foot Renew Potion ($22, ciate.co.uk)

    "Douse a cotton pad with this and adhere it to any rough spot with plastic wrap, then wait for 10 minutes or so while it disintegrates dead skin, which you just slough away."

    July 2012

  3. 3/10

    Deborah Lippmann Foot Fetish File ($38, deborahlippman.com)

    "Once the Ciate does its work, go to town on any perfidious callouses with this wonder wand."

    July 2012

  4. 4/10

    Glytone Retexturize Ultra Heel and Elbow Cream ($48, dermstore.com)

    "Rub this on your heels and any other rough spots before bed; be pleasantly surprised in the morning; repeat."

    July 2012

  5. 5/10

    Sephora Collection Precision Nail Clipper Set ($10, sephora.com)

    "Why settle for standard medical-grade clippers when there’s this bright-pink set with soft-touch handles to make everything easier?"

    July 2012

  6. 6/10

    Avon Footworks Healthy Deodorizing Foot Powder ($4, shop.avon.com)

    "Bare feet can sweat in shoes—and that’s putting it nicely. Do both yourself and your shoes a favor."

    July 2012

  7. 7/10

    Icy OPI Manicure Pedicure Chamomile Mint Mask ($9.95, opi.com)

    "Apply this cooling, soothing, smoothing (and damn fine-smelling!) mask on your feet or your hands for five minutes, then rinse off. If your feet could talk, they’d thank you—then they’d ask you to please go easy on the stilettos."

    July 2012

  8. 8/10

    Band-Aid Tough Strips (about $4; available at any drugstore)

    "My massage therapist, of all people, told me about these. Wimpy adhesive strips these are not: shoes can rub against them all they want, but they won’t come off until you take them off."

    July 2012

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