A-List Stars Have Amazing New Trick For Stopping High Heels Hurting
It's been revealed that some Golden Globes stars had an unorthodox way to stop their heels from hurting their feet by rubbing cannabis oil into their feet.
Let's be honest heels look incredible but no matter how good they look it only takes us a few hours to kick them off because they're unbearable to wear.
We've tried everything we can to try and stop them hurting but nothing works however a Golden Globes stylist has revealed how the stars stopped the pain using an oil you wouldn't expect to help.
Apparently the stars were rubbing CBD oil into their feet before stepping onto the red carpet in their towering heels.
"The Lord Jones cream is one that Michelle Williams swears by."
However, this isn't the first time that the oil has helped celebs and their aching feet. Stylist Karla Welch who dresses stars such as Karlie Kloss and Elisabeth Moss has also praised Lord Jones' lotion.
During 2017's awards season, she wrote on Instagram: "A shout out to my friends @thelordjones. Their pain and wellness cream with CBD is the absolute CURE for aching feet on the red carpet.
"Don't worry, your feet aren't going to get high but this miracle cream is going to make a long #GoldenGlobes evening much more fun.
"So until designers learn how to make a stiletto as comfy as sneakers, @thelordjones is in my styling kit. #thisisnotanad."
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A shout out to my friends @thelordjones Their pain and wellness cream with CBD is the absolute CURE for aching feet on the red carpet. Don't worry, your feet ain't going to get high but this miracle cream is going to make a long #GoldenGlobes evening much more fun. So until designers learn how to make a stiletto as comfy as sneakers, @thelordjones is in my styling kit. #thisisnotanad
If you want to rid your feet of aches then you'll need to splash a bit of cash as the Lord Jones cream is £47 ($60).
CBD oil is a substance extracted from the cannabis plant by steam distillation, the oil is though to help a number of problems from helping with sleep to boosting appetite and reducing stress, anxiety and depression.
It's also believed to have skincare benefits, such as preventing signs of ageing and protecting against eczema and psoriasis.
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