by Danica Lo
What if we told you that with just one spritz, you could banish foot pain from high heels? Well, today's your lucky day, maybe. Because just in time for New Year's Eve and all your end-of-year festive season needs, Biochemistry by Dr. Haworth, a Beverly Hills-based plastic surgery clinic brand, will be launching Heel No Pain, a nonprescription spray-on analgesic that promises to soothe your soles.
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courtesy photoFrom the product's Facebook page:
While there are hundreds of nonprescription topical pain relievers on the market, very few are directly for foot pain, and of those, not one of them can do what a single spray of analgesic Heel No Pain/Style can do in soothing your feet. This proprietary formula:
* is the only foot product featuring lidocaine HCI--most commonly administered by dentists and doctors and clinically proven to safely deaden pain--in the strongest, over-the-counter concentrations combined with other ingredients to enhance its effect
* works by directly numbing the nerves that transmit pain--unlike other weaker products that work through ineffective and indirect mechanisms
* is specifically formulated to penetrate the thick skin at the bottom of the feet
* works in minutes yet last for hours with one quick numbing spritz on foot aches, pains, burns, or itches
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According to reports, Heel No Pain will be available for purchase at Foot Locker, Walgreens, and on Biochemistry's website in two weeks.
Sounds pretty good, huh? Hmm. What do you think?
For die-hard heel wearers who won't give up their shoes no matter how much they hurt, sure, this product makes sense. But maybe for the rest of us: If your shoes really hurt you so much that you need to take pain-relief measures whenever you wear them, perhaps consider not wearing those particular shoes? After all, isn't pain your body's way of telling you that something is wrong?
What do you think? Would you rather use a spray or ditch the heels? Sound off in the comments, below!