Monthly Archives: March 2014
Get High Heel Foot Pain Relief: Beverly Hills Dr. Haworth Explains ‘Heel No Pain’ Spray By Kim West
So if you look at your pair of sky-high heels and think you have to sacrifice beauty for pain, think again! Dr. Haworth is the genius behind the stiletto-friendly product called Heel No Pain ($15), an entirely new and effective way to manage pain and discomfort of the foot, which effectively controls pain associated with fashion footwear.Check out what the expert told us about your favorite pair of pumps below! Continue reading
When we started this blog a few postings ago, we weren’t sure how much there really was to say about the place where shoe lust meets foot pain. But we were determined to try. Well, we needn’t have worried because there seems no end to relevant coverage in the press. And we must say we’re pretty pleased to be in the right place at the right time. (Right at your feet, that is.) Continue reading
Beverly Hills Plastic Surgeon Dr. Randal Haworth explains how the "Heel No Pain" spray helps alleviate pain caused by high heels.
Inside Dr. Randal Haworth’s Head
Randal Haworth’s early education was at the King’s School in Canterbury, England, the oldest boarding school in the world. He obtained his undergraduate work in chemistry and biology, with a minor in art history and graduated with honors. Now, he serves as a Beverly Hills plastic surgeon. Continue reading
Now that foot pain is on my radar, it seems to pop up everywhere. This week in the media it was pretty high heel-intensive to say the least. Stars on top The first item that ran in People Awards Season Special February 2014 is right out of the Heel No Pain playbook. The article, “We Walked in Their Shoes”, had their editors try on the favorite shoe designers of nine top celebrities (Ruthie Davis worn by Sofia Vergara, Stuart Weitzman worn by Diane Kruger, Nicholas Kirkwood worn by Lupita Nyong’o etc. etc.) and report the results. All nine styles were pronounced beautiful but, alas, all but two left something to be desired in the comfort department. Continue reading