Your room may not be equipped with a fancy foot bath, but all you need is a small bucket (or just your bathtub) to get your feet clean and ready for a DIY pedi. "You don't have be extravagant or over the top, but soaking your feet first is a great way to get the skin to soften a little bit," says Côte co-founder Mary Lennon. "If you do have cracked or drying cuticles around the nail bed, it can help with that." If you're feeling fancy, you can add in some Epsom salts for joint relaxation.
Epsom Salt Soothe & Sleep Lavender Soaking Solution by Dr. Teal's, $5, target.com.
Sea Mineral Foot Soak by Formulary 55, $7, anthropologie.com.
Effervescent Sea Foam Foot Soak, $15, crabtree-evelyn.com.
Once you're done soaking, prevent your skin from drying out with a lotion, oil, or even a special moisturizing treatment. "We have an amazing collagen packet that we use in our store here in Brentwood—they're little booties that you just pull over your feet," says Lennon. If your feet are feeling especially rough and worn, consider trying an exfoliating treatment.
Baby Soft Foot Peel by Boscia, $20, sephora.com.
Foot Peeling Shoes by Tonymoly, $7, ulta.com.
Coconut Foot Creme by Burt's Bee's, $9, dermstore.com.
Foot Patrol Cream, $18, blissworld.com.