True Blue managed to redeem itself with their Shea It Isn't So foot cream. It's rich and thick, but on the greasy side, so it's best to use at night with a pair of cotton socks to help absorption. It smells like eucalyptus and feels refreshing, especially after a long day. The best part is that it really does soften your heels (or any other dry spot you have). My feet weren't necessarily that dry, but I used my husband's feet in my experiment to see how well it worked and the results were impressive. The downside? One tube will set you back $20 for 8 oz (or $6 for 1 oz). Again, it's not the cheapest option out there, but it is nice to splurge on yourself once in a while.