Poor old Amal Clooney splashed across the press not for her glitz glamour and human rights work – but for the state if her feet – despite being clad in show stopping green Jimmy Choos (costing around £500) she was sporting a big old bunion
Once thought to be just a malaise for the old gnarled feet of a woman who – lets put it this way won’t have bothered with a pedicure it seems bunions are affecting the great and the good.
The pic led to a slurry of celebs bunions to be highlighted across the press – Jennifer Lopez, Catherine Zeta Jones, Paris Hilton and Victoria Beckham all have shiners protruding from their glam sandals.
Bunions are caused when the foot rolls in and puts weight on the lower joint of the big toe – ill fitting shoes that offer little support exacerbate the problem too – so contrary to popular belief its not just high heels that are an.issue, even fit flops can be a problem. They can be really painful and unsightly sometimes becoming inflamed and in some cases the joint can detach – ouch!
The options for correction include surgery special insoles and certain exercises to work.the muscles in the back of the leg which keeps the roes supple.
To relieve the swelling and pain check out this great natural remedy.
Bowtech Ease is an Ayurvedic aromatherapy blend of essential oils to relieve bunions and other painful joints A combination of pure base vegetable oils and essential oils known for their natural health-enhancing properties to relieve pain, reduce inflammation and fight infection. They include cinnamon leaf, peppermint, black pepper, eucalyptus, camphor, ginger, kunzea and lemongrass with the Indian oils of ashwagandha and sesame. Developed by Farida Irani – an Ayurvedic Aromatherapist, Bowen Technique practitioner and instructor in Australia. Originally designed to assist movement around the big toe and ease bunion pain it was subsequently found to be equally effective on painful joints in other parts of the body. Also great for chilblains and sinusitis.
Anything recommended by a Bowen specialist is worth looking at if you ask me, when it comes to joints and muscles Bowen practitioners really know their onions …or should that be bunions!