Many people don't think twice about spending money on expensive facials. But have you imagined the pressure your feet have to endure every day? It's time to give your tired feet and legs a bit of treat. Jurlique Leg Massage Oil (100ml/$230) This lightweight oil soothes and relieves muscle-fatigued legs after a long day. Made from vegetable-based oils, herbal extract mixtures and vitamin E, the oil should be massaged gently into the upper legs and buttock area. Unfortunately, it doesn't smell that good. Aveda Foot Relief (125ml/$190) This non-greasy lotion which contains fruit and salicylic acids soothes tired feet. Its lavender and rosemary oil has a pleasant deodorising effect. Boots Softening Foot Butter (150ml/$80) A surprisingly light and refreshing cream with a fresh scent which is not over-powering. Leaves the feet feeling cool and soft. Not creamy enough for badly cracked heels, but is a good choice for regular, light pampering. The Sanctuary Convent Garden Soothing Foot Lotion (100ml/$60) This light foot lotion contains aloe gel which softens the skin instantly. Lavender and tea tree oils also help to reduce the odour of your feet. However, it doesn't leave tired feet feeling particularly soothed. Crabtree & Evelyn La Source Foot and Leg Therapy Cream (100g/$115) Whether you've just been Christmas shopping or run a marathon, this will put the spring back in your step. Massage into feet and legs and then wait a couple of minutes for the soothing sensation.