Dreaming of the right to live in flip flops? Are you counting down the days to sandal season with the same relish as your kids have for the last day of school? Summer is nearly here and that means strappy heels and open toed slingbacks are coming out of the closet.
If the idea of baring your toes keeps you shivering in knee high boots long into spring, you’re not alone. Women tend to be very hard on their feet, from squeezing them into torturously high heels and narrow points to pounding the pavement in shoes that lack the proper arch support. Years of trekking can give you a lot of pain, and leave your feet in no shape to be seen. When a paraffin pedicure simply isn’t enough, there a
YOGATOES® – I immediately regretted leaving the house this morning wearing ballet flats without Peds®. Slipping and sliding in the cold of winter is not exactly bliss on the heels and toes. So imagine my surprise when I arrived at the office this morning to a fresh pair of YogaToes®. I removed the individual rubberized toe-separators (which resemble those contraptions you use to paint your toenails so the lacquer doesn’t smear) and snapped on the little vibrating massagers. My first reaction was, “I don’t really get this but I think I like it!” The novelty of the feeling – prying my toes apart and seemingly stretching and (I can’t help it, the shoes were really cute!) – was rather stimulating. No pun intended. When I took them off my feet felt a bit more relaxed. I’m keen to try these again tomorrow morning, and see if the effect holds.
FINAL VERDICT – ICW (IT CAN WAIT) – If this product were priced lower than $49.95 to $99.95 I would say it’s fun, why not try it. But since it’s only day 1 of my experiemtal foot treatment, the jury is still out.