11 Chic Foot Care Products to Try Now That Baby Foot Is Sold Out

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Photographed by Zoë Ghertner.

One could spend hours trying to unpack the enduring mystique of Baby Foot. Every sandal season, many endeavor to soak their feet in the brand’s signature plastic booties to shed all of their dead skin over the course of about a week. It’s a process that I imagine appeals to the sector of the beauty community that also enjoys pimple-popping videos. However, since even more people than usual are taking being at home as an opportunity to execute this somewhat unsightly affair in private, Baby Foot is sold out at most major retailers, with few estimates of when the popular product will be back in stock. And while Baby Foot is beloved for a reason, might we suggest a few more elevated alternatives to sticking your toes in a pair of exfoliant-filled plastic bags? From green juice-inspired cuticle oil to luxe foot creams from France, here are 11 treatments, balms, and scrubs to get your feet in tip-top shape, even if you have nowhere to go.

Susanne Kaufmann Cooling Foot Cream, $65,

With temperatures slowly creeping up, you’ll want lightweight moisture. Susanne Kaufmann’s Cooling Foot Cream refreshes feet with an invigorating blend of menthol and lavender.

SpaRitual Citrus Cardamom Foot Balm, $20,

Citrus cardamom just sounds chic, plus this foot balm from SpaRitual is packed with alpha-hydroxy acids to exfoliate feet without shedding your skin like a snake.

Révérence de Bastien Black Diamond Scrub, $95,

This black diamond scrub may be a little extra for daily use, but the combination of black volcanic sand and mother of pearl make for a luxe, super-effective experience.

Buly 1803 Double Pommade Concrete, $48,

Buly’s new release gives you the same moisturizing effects as their cult-favorite Pommade Concrete, plus the antibacterial and soothing benefits of tea tree and eucalyptus, all in a cheerful red tube.

Tenoverten Celery Oil, $26,

Cuticles need a little love, too. Tenoverten’s blend of celery seed extract, meadowfoam seed oil, evening primrose, chia, and rosehip is formulated to nourish and strengthen nail beds.

Eir NYC Minty Conditions Foot Soak, $22,

Treat your toes to a minty epsom salt soak for 10 minutes—or longer—for a spa-like escape at home.

Lavido Thera-Intensive Foot Cream, $28,

Another cult-favorite brand, Lavido’s rich foot cream is the perfect way to rescue dry feet.

Patchology Best Foot Forward Softening Heel and Foot Mask, $10,

If you’re still looking for the Baby Foot booties experience, this mask from Patchology gives you a dose of moisture, minus the peeling.

Lather Eucalyptus Foaming Foot Scrub with Pumice, $18,

Ditch the pumice stone for this zippy, exfoliating foot scrub with eucalyptus, lemon and lavender essential oils.

Lord Jones + Tamara Mellon High CBD Formula Stiletto Cream, $70,

While it’s unlikely you’ll be standing in stilettos anytime soon, this CBD-packed cream from Lord Jones soothes tired soles.

Lauren’s All Purpose Salve Jar, $54,

For those who don’t want to commit to a foot-specific product, this all-purpose salve pretty much cures it all, including cracked heels.