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Foot Petals to the Rescue

Maggie Mulhern | July 10, 2011 | 8:47 PM

Foot Petals to the RescueAnyone out there find your feet are throbbing by the end of the day? Does the thought of putting on some fab and sexy heels make you wince? I've spoken to several salon professionals who SWEAR by FOOT PETALS…these wonderful inserts designed to make standing and walking more bearable. I've worn them and they really make a difference.

I'm not sure if the Foot Petal people had a hairdresser in mind when they came up with the name, but the "Stiletto Stylist Kit" is a totally perfect and complete morning to night system for someone on her feet all day…LIKE A HAIRSTYLIST!  It has cushions, strips, heel stoppers, toe stoppers…the whole shebang. $44.95 and totally worth it!  (www.footpetals.com)

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