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Many women love their high heels, but what a struggle it is to walk on uneven surfaces or grass! The Doctors share a novel and inexpensive product that may solve these woes.
Dermatologist Dr. Sonia Batra tested out the StiloGuard heel protectors in her own backyard and she is giving this product a buzz! The guards are small so they can easily fit into a purse or pocket and are affordable at only $8.99.
In Dr. Batra’s home video you see her easily step right into the guards. While they aren’t foolproof and are not the most elegant thing, she believes they are a real game changer if you are otherwise unable to wear a certain pair of heels to an event.
Dr. Batra does note that unlike the marketing materials claim, they aren’t fully hands-free. You do need to take them off when you go back to a hard surface. She also notes they are to prevent sinking, not instability. For less than $10 though, The Doctors think it’s worth giving a whirl!