Tuesday, October 10, 2017

You'll Want Pre Heels For The Best Feet Of Your Life


One of the companies I met with while attending Cosmoprof North America in 2017 was Pre Heels, a spray-on anti-friction flexible barrier designed to save your feet from blisters.  Dana Ward, the founder and owner of Pre Heels was so much fun!!!  Sometimes when you meet with a brand in person, you connect with the product or the owner, and in this case, both.  We just adored Dana, (sympatico!), and couldn't wait to give this new product a try.

flexible friction blister barrier feet spray

Pre Heels is a unique aerosol spray that is used for all the rub spots you might have in your shoes.  It flexes with your foot without breaking and is durable all day while it gives protection from pain and blister inducing rubbing.  It is a clear spray so if you have opened toed shoes, it won't show, but don't spray it on your pedicure or it will dull the shine while it's on.

Usually I carry a ton of bandaids when I wear boots or shoes for long periods of time but Pre Heels has been all I need for foot comfort.  I've been really impressed from the first time I tried it.  My feet have their little troubles from wearing small shoes as a child, so when I'm somewhere that I'll be walking for a long time, such as a large trade show like CPNA, I will bandaid up my feet and still get blisters.  Dana has saved my feet with Pre Heels!!  And it's so comfortable.

Just spray it on your tender spots, wait 45 seconds and spray a second time, if you like.  Pre Heels won't rub off in your shoes.  To remove it, lightly scrub your feet in the bath or shower.  It takes just a little effort to rub it off of your feet.  I'm impressed with the safe barrier it gives my feet in shoes and I'm impressed that it lasts until I decide to remove it.  Hubs has used this on his shoulders while hauling my heavy bags of stuff around CPNA and when we go for photo shoots with the same success.

This is a truly amazing product that your feet won't want to be without.  It's available in the 1.5 oz size that I have which fits easily into your bag for just $14.99 and the larger 2.5 oz for $22.99.  Your feet will tell you it's a bargain at any price.  You'll seriously want to enter all the dance contests you can once you have this product!

Ingredients:
  1. Dimethyl Ether: propellant that enables the formulation to be sprayed evenly in a mist. This is an organic compound and common aerosol propellant that does not harm the ozone.
  2. Mixed Acetate Solvents: liquids designed to evaporate quickly to leave the protective barrier on your skin. All of these have been shown to be completely safe over decades of use in consumer nail polishes.
  3. Acrylate copolymers: safe, plastic-like particles that sit on the skin and bond together once dry to form a barrier. These are also used in nail polishes and other common coatings.
  4. Non-pthalate plasticizer: helps make the barrier flexible so that it can move and flex with your skin. This ingredient is even approved for use with food contact. 
  5. Siloxanes: allows the barrier to feel soft and smooth on your skin. This is a common smoothing agent used in deodorants, hair sprays & facial moisturizing creams. 
flexible friction blister barrier feet


You can learn more about Pre Heels on their website, Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest.   Pre Heels is also available on HSN.com.  Trust me on this, you'll enjoy having happy feet.  My feet never smiled at me before I met Dana Ward and Pre Heels.

How about you?  Do your dogs bark like pained little puffers when you spend hours on your feet?  Are your feet leaving you messages all over social media that they'd like to try Pre Heels?

24 comments:

  1. Can you wear it with stockings? In usually chilly or cold MA, I still wear pantyhose when I wear heels. Will it stick? Otherwise, it sounds like a neat idea and solution to a problem so many of us have

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    1. Yes you can. Just wait a minute for it to dry and it won't stick to your stockings

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  2. This sounds like good stuff. Shoes always ravage my heels and this may help.

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    1. I would be willing to bet money, (or makeup), that this would completely solve that problem for you.

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  3. I have a bottle of Pre-Heels from CosmoProf that I totally forgot about! It would haved saved my feet when I was tramping around NYC last week!

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    1. Oh man, yes! It would have been so much more comfortable for you. I love NYC!

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  4. I need to try this! my feet are so sensitive that I rarely wear gorgeous heels unless I know they won't give me blisters.

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    1. It's really effective and comfortable.

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  5. I wear heels maybe once every 2 years and I don't remember the last time I did, but I bet these would work when I am breaking in new flats! :)

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    1. Definitely. That's how I do it. I always need a little help with new flats and sneakers.

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  6. This sounds awesome. I usually use blister bandages but they are pricey and I already have the blister. This makes so much sense!

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    1. That's what I useually did - bandaids, bluster bandages and rub strips. This saves a lot of money and actually works.

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  7. I never wear heels but I bet this would be great with my dressy flats. My feet always hurt when I wear them.

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    1. I use it with flats and tennis shoes. And boots. Heels aren't my thing, but protecting my toes and heels is!

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  8. I wear wedges most of the time that allow my feet to breathe but even then sometimes I do get blister. Nice to know this can help avert that problem

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  9. I live in heels so I think I need this!

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  10. This stuff sounds like a game changer! I hate when my shoes give me blisters.

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  11. I'm totally intrigued. And for that price, it's worth a try!

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  12. That's interesting! Perfect for open-toed shoes where a plaster would look weird!

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  13. I need to try this. My feet always suffer when I wear heels.

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  14. I love this idea. I wonder if it would work for hiking.

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  15. This sounds fantastic! I used a stick product of something like this and it really works.

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