How many of us have opted for glamour over comfort? When I think about the years of beautiful stiletto heels that I wore party after party during Holiday season, it makes me want to cut my feet off at the ankles, they ache so bad. It’s like talking about your teeth and feeling like to have a toothache.

We should keep this in mind when servicing our clients during this Holiday season. It’s a great way to increase your revenue stream of income while helping your clients feel better.

Offer a tired foot and leg massage as a stand only or add on service. Using FOOTLOGIX tired leg formula mousse, you will help reduce leg fatigue caused by wearing heels and walking, walking, walking through their Holiday shopping.

How about an add on facial for the feet MASK. LCN’S Urea mask can be used with heated towels, heated booties or simply warm water. Hydrating the feet and legs while relieving leg fatigue.
Offer the LCN Express foot spray to your clients for retail. With only 10{41aa4bb89c477f1e334505d76149b7c47b1e52c0a22817e445c0fb4c76e652bd} Urea for at home care use, this product is ideal for quick care in between visits. With the help of Urea, saccharine isomerase, provitamin B5 and allantoin, the skin becomes soft and palpably supple immediately.
FOOTLOGIX foot soak also makes a great retail purchase for your clients to soak their tired feet in the comfort of their own homes.
Don’t forget about the LCN 40{41aa4bb89c477f1e334505d76149b7c47b1e52c0a22817e445c0fb4c76e652bd} chapped skin cream. We completely sold out of the 500 5ml size we brought in. We have 50ml win stock and more in transit, due this week. Don’t wait….Order yours today!

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FUN FACT: Did you know it was men who originated wearing high heels? As early as the 10th century, Persian horseback-riders used heels to help their feet stay in stirrups.

The trend quickly spread to Europe where heels became fashionable for the upper class, including women.

Ever hear the phase “well-heeled”? It was applying to the wealthy.

It wasn’t until the 18th century when high heels became for women only.