Botox being used to ease the pain of high heels
Just when you thought all the potential uses for Botox had been found, another one reveals itself.
The anti-wrinkle treatment is now finding popularity among women who love to wear heels – but hate the pain involved.
In what has been dubbed the “Loub job”, in honour of shoe designer Christian Louboutin, the foot is numbed with anaesthetic before being injected with Botox and collagen.
Injections are placed in the toes, heels and balls of the feet to create a ‘cushion’, which pads the feet and eases the pressure and pain which plague high heel wearers.
Like Botox to treat wrinkles in the face, the results are not permanent. The cushioning effect of the injections lasts for approximately 6 months, after which treatment needs to be repeated.
The procedure is growing in popularity all the time, and with party season approaching it’s a safe bet that Botox will be easing plenty of painful tootsies this Christmas.
Aurora Skin Clinics are a team of skin experts offering Botox treatment, plus a host of other non-surgical procedures for the face and body. If you would like information on any of the procedures we offer, give our team a call on 01844 211777 or drop us an email to email@example.com.