Your stiletto’s solemate.
We all adore the saying the higher the hair, the closer to God, so it’s no wonder that many of us apply this “bigger is better” attitude to more than just our hairstyles. One thing in particular Southerners love to amplify? Our height. Peek into any of our closets and you’re bound to find a high heel collection that ranges from practical wedges to party pumps. No matter how short or how tall our go-to heel is, all of us hit a point during the night where our feet are crying out for flats. I know I do. Luckily, there’s hope for our sore soles thanks to Still Standing Spray.
Still Standing is designed to stop the pain and swelling before it starts, so you won’t have to kick off your shoes halfway through the evening. This is due to its patent-pending formula that has a mix of plant essences like arnica, aloe and ilex, vitamin E, and tea tree oil. It also has Menthol in it to create a cooling sensation. Just spray on the clear gel all over your foot (one of the best things is that it can be used on bare feet or through tights) and wait about a minute before slipping on your shoes. And don’t worry, it won’t make your feet numb at all.
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I was the perfect guinea pig since I love fun heels, but I’m also never without a spare pair of shoes to change into the second they start hurting. After applying Still Standing all over, my feet tingled a little bit, but once it dried, I felt like I had nothing on. I strapped on my heels and hit the town. Eventually, I did feel little soreness, but once I reapplied the spray (it’s available in a purse-friendly size for on-the-go application) my discomfort subsided. By the end of the night, I was impressed. While my feet hurt a teeny bit—I mean they were elevated on a four-inch incline after all!—I wasn’t hobbling around like I typically did. Going forward, I don’t think I’ll ever wear heels again without using this, so it’s safe to say that I found my sole mate.