With all the agony that high-heel-wearing women have suffered over the years, it's surprising that no one thought of this before. The New Still Standing Spray does what many gel insoles and flower inserts try to do but don't. It actually prevents the discomfort caused by standing, walking or just wearing high heels or stilettos. As a result, feet feel just as good after an hour and a half as they did when you first put on your shoes. A spray to stop stiletto suffering before it starts? Tell us more!

Still Standing is a natural, patent-pending proprietary formula spray made of cooling menthol and Certified Organic eco-distilled Arnica, Aloe and Ilex. These three herbal remedies are time-tested natural anti-inflammatories and pain relievers. The eco-distillation process ensures that the resulting herbal extracts have the highest potency and efficacy. Along with other ingredients including Vitamin E and Tea Tree Oil, they come together in a greaseless, colorless, stain-free spray that keeps feet feeling great (the menthol scent quickly vanishes after a few minutes).

Lyn Butler, a former Emmy award winning TV producer, is the genius behind this foot-saving spray. A self-confessed cosmetic junkie and solution-seeking researcher, she has spent 3 year developing the product.

"Some people devote their lives finding out about things like the Higgs Boson, I'm much more practical," Butler told BeautyPress. "I look for solutions to the problems that aggravate me. And the fact that my favorite and most flattering shoes made me miserable after less than an hour was very aggravating!"

So just how does Still Standing work? Still Standing does not numb your feet. Instead the spray works to prevent the unpleasant cycle of stiletto-caused foot discomfort from beginning in the first place.

When you first put on your heels, your feet feel fine. But because your feet are put into an unnatural position by high heeled shoes, they get irritated, red and hot after a while. Your shoes feel tight as all the pressure points (that reflexologists tell us exist in our feet) get squeezed and everything feels worse. The ingredients in Still Standing keep your feet calm and cool so pain never starts.

Using Still Standing is easy. The formula should be generously sprayed on the top, sides and bottom of your feet prior to putting on your shoes. It is important to let it dry which takes a few minutes. The large size features eco-friendly, non-aerosol, continous spray technology. This delivers the most potent, highly-penetrating mist from any angle. It comes with a purse size for touch-ups on the go, which will be needed generally in 2 to 4 hours depending upon the person.

A few things to know about Still Standing. One, if you have open blisters or cuts on your feet, you should not use the product. And two, the spray will not take care of all shoe-caused pain and problems. It's designed to be used with shoes that fit properly and will not help or prevent blisters. If when you first put on your shoes, they immediately pinch, rub or cut into your foot, Still Standing will not fix your foot woes.

Still Standing is currently now sold at NewBeauty at Fred Segal and on the web at www.StillStandingSpray.com. And plans are in motion to have the stiletto saving formula available in high-end shoe salons and exclusive retail stores. The set of the large and the mini travel size sprays retail for $27.99, with four beautifully boxed travel sized minis selling in an On The Go Set for $19.00.

Lyn also writes a blog entitled "Stiletto Solution" which provides an amusing look at shoes, beauty and fashion along with practical tips and solutions. Thanks Lyn for what just might be the foot care holy grail for us sho-obsessed gals!

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