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Monday, February 10, 2014

Review: Still Standing Spray #StillStandingSpray

 

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Painful, sore feet is one reason that women do not like to wear high heels. Personally, I have so many issues with my feet that I cannot wear heels at all. It is pure agony! So I was extremely excited to try Still Standing® Spray, a spray that prevents foot pain, often called “Stiletto SufferingTM”, before it starts. Why didn’t anyone think of this before? I was skeptical before I tried this. However, if there is one thing I am, it is hopeful!

The Still Standing® Spray is a natural, patent-pending formula that contains menthol, Certified Organic eco-distilled Amica, aloe and Ilex. The above are known for their anti-inflammatory and pain relieving properties. They prevent discomfort that is caused by standing, walking and wearing heels or stilettos. Because they help prevent pain, your feet feel fresh and pain free from the moment you put your shoes on to the moment you take them off. The formula also contains Vitamin E and Tea Tree Oil. This spray does not numb the feet, it merely works to prevent pain and discomfort tat is caused by wearing heels and stilettoes. When heels/stilettoes are first put on, feet feel fine, but after a while they start to feel discomfort because of the unnatural position that they are put into. The Still Standing® Spray keeps feet calm and free of irritation so that “Stiletto Suffering™” never starts. This product should not be used with shoes that are ill-fitting and it does not help prevent blisters.

Still Standing® Spray should be sprayed on the top, sides and bottom of your feet prior to putting on your shoes. Then let it dry, which takes a few minutes.  The large size features eco-friendly, non-aerosol, continuous spray technology.  This delivers the most potent, highly-penetrating mist from any angle, making it easy to use. It comes with a purse size for touch-ups on the go, which is usually needed in 2 to 4 hours, depending upon the person. Do not use if you have any open blisters or cuts on your feet.

My experience with the Still Standing® Spray is surprisingly good. When I first put it on, I did notice the tingling from the menthol in the formula but that dissipates fairly quickly. Then the spray dries and there is nothing left. I decided to wear heels that were 1 1/2” (for me a good size since I am 6’1” tall). I always have foot pain in heels of any height, I have very bad feet. I wore them all day long in the house since we have snow outside. I walked around the house all day in the heels. One thing I wanted to do is walk up and down the stairs a lot to see how that would feel. So, the verdict? My feet felt good. No problems. They felt comfortable and calm all day. My feet felt great! This spray is a definitely a wonderful addition to my wardrobe. I am not sure if I I was standing up all day how it would feel but I didn’t have any problems. They do recommend that you reapply after a couple of hours, so that would help to keep pain at bay if you are on your feet all day.

Lyn Butler, a former Emmy award winning TV producer, is the beauty product lover behind Still Standing® Spray.  A self-confessed cosmetic junkie and solution-seeking researcher, she has spent a great deal of time and effort on various beauty challenges..  She was irritated that her shoes made her miserable, so she did something about it! She said it took nearly three years to get Still Standing® Spray to market. 

Still Standing® Spray is available in a Total Comfort Set that has a large 6 oz. bottle + 15 ml bottle for $27.99; an On The Go Set that has 4 mini 15 ml bottles for $19.99 and a Charmed Comfort Set that contains one 15 ml bottle and a bracelet for $14.99. It is sold at fine stores including NewBeauty at Fred Segal and on the web at www.StillStandingSpray.com.  Lyn Butler also writes a blog entitled “Stiletto Solution” which provides an amusing look at shoes, beauty and fashion along with practical tips and solutions. Like Still Standing on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/StillStandingSpray and Follow Still Standing on Twitter: @byStillStanding.

(This item was sent for consideration)

 

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