Post # 1
Hi bees! I just mentioned this in another post and then got to thinking that it would be good advice for all brides! If you haven’t already heard of it, go buy Band-Aid’s shoe rub! it’s a stick that you rub on your feet before you wear high heels/uncomfortable shoes and it keeps you from getting blisters! I swear by it! I have several pairs of heels and slingbacks that rub my heels and right above my toes and I always end up with blisters! But this really works! You can get it at almost any drugstore! I’m really short (hence, all my "petite" posts) so I wear heels A LOT. But, ever since I bought this, I haven’t been afraid to wear some of my stylish yet heinously uncomfortable heels for a prolonged period of time!
Post # 3
- Wedding: May 2010 - The Pierre Hotel
Nice, I always get really bad blisters at the back of my heels! Thanks for sharing!
Post # 4
I just read this is your other post and was about to tell you that you may have just saved my life. I’m a shorty AND a shoe-a-holic and I didn’t know this existed! I’m headed to the drug store after work to pick that up. I bought super cute heels last night that I plan to wear out tonight and this is going to change EVERYTHING!
Post # 6
Very much appreciated. I need all the shoe help I can get
Post # 7
- Wedding: March 2010 - Calamigos Ranch
You have no idea how much this post may have saved my life. 😉 I am NOT a shorty (5’8") but I loooooooove heels… only right now they are so blistered I’ve had to wear sneakers to work all week! (Even more annoying, because all of my work slacks are long to wear with heels!)
Post # 8
This is great. I had no idea there was something like this. Your information is very much appreciated!
Post # 9
You bees are welcome! I know it saved my life! I have a pair of Steve Madden ballet flats that for some reason rub my feet in all the wrong places. They’re so freaking cute though. I saw an ad for it in a magazine and figured "What’s the worst that could happen?" I found it near the first-aid section in Wal-Mart. I usually rub it in all the "sore" spots and then give it a few minutes to dry. You don’t have to let it dry, but I’m extra careful. 🙂
Post # 10
very cool! GONNA LOOK FOR IT RIGHT AWAY! THANKS
Post # 12
Thanks! I’ll try that too!