After you exfoliate and clean your feet, it's important to moisturize. Moisturized feet are less likely to crack, callous and/or split. Before truly taking care of my feet, I had a small split on my heel. One day I saw a presentation about Surgeon's Secret (also on Amazon, QVC), which was developed by a plastic surgeon. The original purpose was to keep wounds from getting infected and reduce scarring. I purchased it (I prefer the vanilla scent to the honey & almond one)(1st shown here), applied it to my heels, and put a sock on overnight. The next morning I couldn't get over how soft the bottoms of my feet were and how it had started closing the split on my heel. You truly see results overnight. So to this day, I still use it. What I like, is that it's non-toxic and all natural. It's composed of 50% beeswax, lanolin and light mineral oil. I love the packaging and that it's a twist up stick, because it's great for traveling (easy to pack). Other products that I've used on my feet are petroleum jelly (vaseline) and Aveeno's skin healing ointment. I truly love ALL three and find them EXTREMELY effective for moisturizing dry skin on (feet). So those are my picks! I wanted to share them with you. I also want to mention (this is not a sponsored post), Surgeon's Secret has an array of other products like lip balm, body wash and lotion, I want to try. I'll do reviews as I purchase them.