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Sunday, 29 December 2013 11:28

This Works: Eulactol Heel Balm Gold

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I walk around bare foot a little too much, and the poor little souls who pay for it are, well, my soles. When it comes to beauty there are plenty of things to worry about, and unfortunately heels sit pretty low on that list for me. What with constant maintenance of bushy brows, pores, leg waxing/shaving and trying to find the perfect red lipstick it’s surprising any of us have any energy left to schlep to the coffee shop for a decaf-soy-mocha-chilled-latte (hold the foam). LIFE IS REALLY THAT HARD. But then sandal season came along and made me realise I had neglected my little hoofs for too long.

I am of course far too vain to take a picture of what my heels actually looked like, but this pretty much sums it up.

So I bagged myself some Eulactol Heel Balm and now? My heels look like this but don’t even need a nappy. Revolutionary.

This stuff claims to work miracles in 7 days, but because I’m frightfully forgetful I wasn’t diligent with it so it’s taken maybe a fortnight for my fear of standing in front of people on escalators (I thought for sure they’d grimace at my slack foot care) (because I’m sure that’s what the average Peggy-Sue likes to fill her time with. Looking at people’s feet) to subside.

This product is very easy to use and isn’t as scary as Milky Feet(which appears to have the power to turn your feet into two short, stubby little skin-shedding snakes), you just apply to your heels everyday and BOOM you’re elephant skin free and ready to flaunt your heels at your next party. What you've always wished for!!!

Alex Thompson

Alex is theEDIT’s resident fashion guru. Need to know if you can wear spots with florals? Want to know what a gillet is? Alex has the answers. And then some.

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