Sandals May Look Harmless, But They're Not So Nice To Your Poor Feet

June 17, 2009 by SHEfinds Editors
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Sandal season is upon us once again, and whether you opt for cheap-o plastic flip flops or designer gladiators, you’re going to need to show your newly re-exposed feet a little extra loving at the end of the day.

Profoot Toe Bandages ($3.89)

It takes a while to get used to having an abrasive thong between your toes; soothe callused tootsies with toe bandages, cut-to-size tubes that encircle toes like Band Aids can’t.


Dr. Scholl’s For Her Ball of Foot Cushion ($4.89)

Make your super-high wedge sandals a walk in the park to wear by slipping invisible gel cushions into them. The sleek design enhances the foot’s natural gripping motion, taking the pressure off the balls of your feet and actually improving circulation.


Heel Rescue Gel Therapy Booties ($16)

Beautify your sandal feet (and make that expensive pedi actually worth it) by spending 20 minutes in Heel Rescue Gel Therapy Booties. There’s no messy creams or lotions—the gel’s built right into the spa-quality booties, which meld to your foot’s shape to promote moisturizing, heal cracks, and smooth rough patches.


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