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Tip Toes Series

Tip Toes Series

Helping ladies beat Fashion Shoe Syndrome.

*A disorder of the foot created by stylish footwear worn by ladies to suit different occasions, resulting in the total loss
of comfort, confidence and style.

Many Ladies Suffers Fashion Shoe Syndrome (FSS)

What Is Fashion Shoe Syndrome (FSS)?
  • A painful reality for thousands of women who have at least different pair of footwear for different occasions.
  • FSS sufferers are vulnerable to seduction by the wide variety of shoes in the market, particularly sky-high, spike-heeled shoes, which can lead to impulsive decisions and result in totally impractical purchases.

How Fashion Shoe Syndrome is affecting you

Your confidence is affected
  • After several hours walking around in town or office, only then the searing agony of FSS takes hold.
  • Often reduced to wander the office barefoot or donning a pair of slippers that clash horribly with tailored pencil skirts.
  • That awkward feeling and walking posture you have, when you try to hide your and minimize your pain in the public, which attracts more attention to you, for all the wrong reasons.

Your hard earned money is wasted

  • You tend to throw away the shoes if they cause you. But what if it is a pair of designer shoes that costs you a leg and an arm? You tend to keep them away in your shoe rack, never to be seen again.

Your health is in jeopardy

  • Your other muscle over compensates, forcing them to absorb more impact and weakening the muscles and more prone to injury
  • When you finally acknowledge the damage, it is too late, damages have already been done to your knees, hips and spine that may affect you for the rest of your life