it probably means it’s fabulous. i mean, that’s the norm in my world (yours, too?). great shoes, great foot pain (no where here have i said that it’s not worth it).
take for instance yesterday. i decided to wear camel high heeled booties with my white (high waisted, wide leg) j brand jeans. <hello spring!> and i purposefully didn’t bring another pair of shoes for walking to and from my office. while i knew i’d suffer later, i couldn’t bring myself to tuck my white jeans into a pair of uggs (and it’s way too early for havaianas). after a full day in the booties, i was suffering a bit. and i since i’ve committed myself to the physique 57 april challenge (with a 30 minute cardio burner yesterday), i knew that my feet weren’t going to see any immediate relief.
photo courtesy of topricin.
enter topricin foot therapy cream. formulated to treat foot and ankle pain, it’s the perfect solution for sports injuries and the pain associated with fabulous, albeit uncomfortable, shoes. i was sent a tube back in december, along with a few of their other products, and have pulled it out before bedtime a handful of times since then (including new year’s eve, travel day, too-stubborn-to-wear-flats-to-grocery-shop day, etc). it’s formulated with natural biomedicines to ease pain, is paraben free and best of all, is scentless, non-greasy and moisturizing. seriously. let’s just all say that it’s a genius product.
before bed, i rubbed the cream onto my tired, achy feet. and i awoke with zero pain. let me repeat myself: zero pain. think of it like waking up sans hangover after polishing off a bottle of your favorite prosecco the night before. had i not used topricin before bed, i would have been relegated to shoes my podiatrist would approve of today. and that, my friends, is a miracle if you ask me.
disclosure: this post contains product(s) sent to me for testing or reviewing consideration. i am neither paid nor compensated for my opinion.