A few weeks ago, a friend posted this article up on Facebook. I bookmarked it, then promptly forgot about it.
It’s an interesting idea, pumping your feet with collagen and Botox to tolerate higher heels. I’m not a wearer of high heels, my injury from wearing platforms in February is well documented on Twitter. I own them, but I just cannot walk in them. However, Lucy wears them ALL THE TIME. She has no flats. Not a single pair of trainers. No pumps. Nothing.
I would not pay nearly £400 to inject my feet with toxins and chemicals to be able to wear high heels. I need to learn to walk in them first. Plus, Botox only lasts about six months in your face, so it seems a waste of money.
Just buy some gel insoles!