Put Some Spring In Your Step

Thursday, April 01, 2010



Peep Toes. Bright Statement Pumps. Glammed Up Gladdiators. Women update their shoe vocabulary with the seasons, so it’s no wonder that they have four times as many foot problems as men. Heels are partly to blame and lets not forget that between 8,000-10,000 steps are taken each day! Ouch, Dr. Teal's to the rescue.

Tired and achy feet don’t discriminate. Whether training for a marathon or taking a leisurely walk, dress in work boots or prefer high heels, the feet carry the weight of a day’s hard work. And as the old adage goes, when your feet hurt, your whole body hurts. Dr. Teal’s Therapeutic Solutions, celebrated for their essential oil-infused Epsom Salt, introduces their newest soak with ingredients that favor—and savor—the feet.



Just launched last month, Dr. Teal’s combines the power of its best-selling Epsom Salt Soaking Solution with the naturally soothing effects of Peppermint, for the ultimate relief of tired and achy feet. Dr. Teal’s Peppermint Foot Soak is an Epsom Salt based formula infused with foot friendly Peppermint essential oil, Menthol, a natural derivative of peppermint with cooling effects, and the added bonus of baking soda to address and prevent foot odor.

Dr. Teal’s Peppermint Foot Soak is an easy way to feel the benefits of Epsom Salt on the body without the commitment of a full bath soak. With the average adult’s feet absorbing 1000 tons of force each day, it’s no wonder why we experience pain in our heels and arches and flock to the reclining chair at the end of the day. Sit back, relax and soak, Dr. Teal’s has discovered the solution for revitalizing the sole!

Dr. Teal’s Peppermint Foot Soak is available for $3.99 at food, drug and mass-market retailers nationwide. For further information please visit http://www.drteals.com.

We are pleased to announce that Dr. Teals is the official foot therapy product and an Official Sponsor of the Iron Girl National Event Series for 2010.
Ink and Belle said...

I don't much like the shoes.. they look a bit too clunky around the front of the shoe

But I do like peep toe heels in general though :) xxx

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