Rub mint essential oils into the skin of tired feet to invigorate them and give them a natural boost.
Fill the dishpan about 3/4 full of warm water. Make the water warm enough to soothe your feet and give them a comforting soak.
Add a squirt or two of baby oil or about 1/2 cup honey to the warm water. Baby oil will soothe and soften your feet. Honey can improve rough, cracked feet. Add a few drops of eucalyptus oil to the water to soothe and rejuvenate tired tootsies.
Pat your feet dry and work a generous amount of moisturizing cream into your feet. Products that contain Vitamin E can soothe cracks and shea butter rehydrates dry skin. Don't skimp on your feet: Be generous with the moisturizer.
While the moisturizer is still slick on your feet, give yourself a good foot massage. Hold one foot in your hands and pinch it firmly along the entire inside edge from heel to toe. Press down across the top of your foot to the pinkie toe, then give each toe a mini-massage by squeezing them tightly. Grab all your toes together in your hand and bend them up and down to stretch your foot. Give your other foot the same treatment.
Slather on a rich foot ointment or petroleum jelly right before bed. Pay special attention to cracks and calluses. Slip cotton socks over the foot ointment and slide between the sheets. While you snooze, your feet will be soaking up the goodness. Rinse your feet in the morning to remove any greasy residue.