4. Soak
Taking time to care for your feet makes them look better, of course, and it also makes you feel pampered. Fill a basin or the tub with a few inches of warm water and add 1 teaspoon of tea tree oil, a capful of witch hazel, a half cup of Epsom salt and 3 drops peppermint oil. Soak your feet for five to ten minutes and you’ll feel refreshed while your tootsies will be left soft, smooth and smelling delicious.

5. Exfoliate
If you’re looking for something special, we like Barielle Rejuvenating Foot Treatment ($22) as an exfoliating cream. For a home pedicure with serious spa-quality exfoliation, you can try Baby Foot ($25). It’s a one hour treatment, and your feet will peel for three days after, so plan ahead for that big night out.

6. Remove Calluses
You can use a Ped Egg (as seen on TV) or a pumice stone to gently remove calluses.