AHAVA Mineral Foot Cream

Best Foot Cream for Calluses

Why people love it
  • Makes feet super soft and smooth
  • Delicious scent
  • Effective on dry skin

This vegan, paraben-free formula does exceptionally well with calluses and other dry skin conditions. It’s thick, non-greasy, and absorbs quickly.

Besides the price, there are some that find the added fragrance too strong – and unnecessary at that.


It’s difficult to find people that don’t love this foot cream; it’s really effective at smoothing dry skin into the touchable, soft feet. It works on even the roughest skin, including calluses and it will definitely moisturize painfully dry winter skin.

We’re big fans of the mostly natural ingredients, but as much as many users love the aroma, there are those that don’t like it and we’re not certain it’s needed. It is, however, vegan and PETA-certified, which is a good thing.

Best of all, this is a non-greasy and non-sticky formula. If that’s been bugging you with other products, we suggest giving this one from Israel a try. (Yes, it’s hot and dry there, so your desert environment is no challenge for this foot cream. And, if you need another reason… it’s a fantastic gift, especially when given with the AHAVA hand cream. Just think about it.

Key ingredients: You'll find plenty of healing oils here, including avocado, wheat germ, sweet almond, and jojoba. It’s also nickel and lanolin-free.

Hypoallergenic: Yes

APMA-approved: No

Paraben-free: Yes        

Animal-friendly: Yes. It’s PETA-certified and totally vegan.

Fragrance: It’s not fragrance-free; it definitely has a light, flowery-natural-watery aroma. A few users find it a little too strong, but not many.

Application: The folks at AHAVA suggest applying this to your feet twice a day, and users report it absorbing quickly – and not needing too much for it to make a serious difference. We would recommend wearing socks if you need to see a swift difference.

Package size: There’s a 3.4-ounce tube and a 5.1-ounce tube. It’s up to you what works better.

Cost: For the 3.4-ounce tube, you’ll pay a little more than $17, which works out to more than $5 per ounce. That can be a little difficult to swallow, but if it works… you will definitely pay.

Bottom line: This is absolutely worth a try if you have exceptionally dry skin and calluses. If you’re not easily offended by fragrance, you’ll probably fall in love with it – especially as it’s non-greasy and absorbs well. But, there are those that are put off by the price and we get that…but if you can afford it, it's well worth the investment.

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