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Top 5 Diabetic Foot Creams

If you’re looking to go the extra mile when it comes to taking care of your feet, trying a diabetic foot cream is a great next step. These foot creams are made to soothe dry and/or cracked feet. They can also provide relief from itching or burning.

If you have nerve damage in your feet, you may not be able to sense an oncoming callus or injury. Keeping your feet moisturized could ward off any future foot issues, like ulcers.

Here are some foot creams you can try:

Eucerin Diabetics' Dry Skin Relief Foot Creme

The #1 pick by pharmacists, this foot cream is well-loved by all! It’s fast-acting and doesn’t have a strong scent.

Gold Bond Ultimate Diabetics' Dry Skin Relief Skin Protectant Foot Cream

Dermatologist-tested, Gold Bond says that 9 out of 10 people with diabetes will see results within just one hour of use.

Flexitol Diabetic Foot Balm

This foot balm contains urea, a tissue softener that is especially tough on calluses.

Miracle Foot Repair Cream

The Miracle Foot Repair Cream uses a special formula containing aloe to relieve strong odors or sensations.

O’Keeffe’s for Healthy Feet Foot Cream

Best applied after bathing or before bed, O’Keeffe’s cream contains Allantoin, designed to penetrate rough skin that needs the most attention.

Are you also looking for a diabetic foot wash? Check out our list of cleansers that will keep your feet clean and happy, and most importantly, injury-free.

If you’ve tried any of these creams let us know your thoughts in the comments below. Did we miss your favorite product? Tell us about it!

Disclaimer: Diabetic neuropathy symptoms may vary from individual to individual. Please consult with your doctor before purchasing any diabetic foot creams to make sure they're right for you.

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