A friend in the fashion business sent me a clip from the February 10 edition of Women’s Wear Daily entitled “Manolo’s Sunday in New York.” When asked his advice about what shoes to wear during the storms that have hammered the East Coast and Midwest lately, Manolo Blahnik advised, “Get up and put on your Timberlands or L.L. Beans.” Continue reading
“Heel no Pain” Spray Q&A with Creator Dr. Haworth By Jessica Tumio Unless Iron Woman walks among us, it’s generally unheard of for a lady to go the full day wearing high heels and not complain once about foot pain. Whether it’s the balls of the feet that ache from too steep a vamp, ankles and heels chaffing from not-so-comfy straps, or a stiff toe box rubbing on the outsides of our pinky toes and big toes – avoiding heel pain is tricky. And if you have to spend the day or night in heels despite a couple aches and pains from the day before, there aren’t too many options. Continue reading
Thanks to this new product Derek J and Miss Lawrence can finally let their feet be free.
Two women test out the product for pain caused by heels By Linda Hurtado TAMPA - Gina Morales, a public relations director, dresses to impress while working one of many red carpet events at the Seminole Hard Rock Casino in Tampa. “The casino is five football fields length," she said. It's enormous. "I'm walking around all the time, in the restaurants, in the kitchens, back of the house, front of the house, and I like to wear heels because I like to look stylish." Across town, Mais Tarrab works eight- to ten-hour days selling jewelry at The Gold and Diamond Source. “I'm constantly on my feet," said Tarrab, who's also a mother. “He's sixteen months, so he keeps me going." Continue reading
Doctor to Release Foot-Care Line By Barbara Schneider-Levy Plastic surgeon Randal Haworth will introduce a line of foot-care products to temporarily alleviate the pain and discomfort associated with fashion footwear. The Beverly Hills, California doctor created Biochemistry by Dr. Haworth, an over-the-counter remedy, and will release it to consumers on December 30. “It was an aha moment,” Haworth said about his decision to create the product. “Those annoying aspects of life need to be addressed. There was a single solution.” Continue reading
A Numbing Spray That Promises to End High-Heel Pain Forever By Sara Tan The phrase “Beauty is pain” may be a thing of the past, thanks to a potentially life-altering invention from the folks over at Biochemistry. According to Mail Online, Beverly Hills plastic surgeon Dr. Randal Haworth has created a numbing spray called Heel No Pain that promises to relieve foot pain induced by high-heel-wearing for up to three hours. Continue reading
Finally an answer to High Heel Pain! By: BR FionaIt's summer, there are Christmas parties and then of course New Year's eve parties providing the most PERFECT opportunities to wear those strappy, glittery, sparkly, sexy, gorgeous.....ok ok enough adjectives, it's the perfect opportunity to wear those strappy high heels. If your feet are anything like ours then they probably start sweating and panicking at the thought of long hours of partying in pain! However, a creative plastic surgeon has come up with an answer, albeit a temporary solution - foot numbing spray. Continue reading
Deze spray belooft pijnloze voeten in hoge hakken Dag twee van het nieuwe jaar zou wel eens een revolutie kunnen betekenen voor vrouwen die verslaafd zijn aan het dragen van hoge hakken. Vanaf 2 januari is de 'Heel No Pain'-spray beschrikbaar, een product dat pijnlijke voeten urenlang zou verzachten. Continue reading
Would you wear high heels if you could do it without the pain? A Beverly Hills plastic surgeon is betting on it. He says his spray will numb your feet for up to 4 hours so you can walk in style. Covering up the problem or brilliant invention?
This New Spray Promises to Relieve High-Heel Foot Pain-but Would You Use It? By Danica Lo December 18th 2013 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. Continue reading