Heal Tired Legs


High heels are proof that beauty is pain. Women constantly wear uncomfortable (but gorgeous) shoes despite the damage they cause to their feet and legs. Fortunately, with the help of Cures by Avance women can now lessen the effect that wearing heels can have on their legs with this dynamic duo:


I love using the Muscular Ease Massage Oil ($35), because it gives my legs the TLC that it needs after a vigorous workout or general over-exertion. Even though it's a massage, it's not greasy in the least. The smell is divine! It stimulates circulation and eliminates excess fluid, while pains and aches dissipate. The key ingredients are Massage Oil, Juniper, Rosemary, Melissa, and Lavender Oils; all contribute to melting away tension deep within muscle tissue.

You might also want to check out their Anti-Stress Massage Oil ($35), which is good for acne, tension, nervousness, and irritability. Their Energizing Massage Oil ($35) is good for fatigue, nasal congestion, and lack of mental alertness. And, the Massage Oil ($30) is ideal for all skin conditions.


The Stress Relief Sea Bath ($11 - $30) is the ultimate stress reliever after a long and hectic day. Not only it will reduce stress in your legs, but it will banish stress in other areas of your body, while relieving muscle tightness. It's made with a fusion of seaweed, petitgrain, basil, sesame, lavender, sage, and chamomile essences. Simply add one teaspoon into the water and soak for 20 minutes. I feel like I'm at the spa whenever I use this product. It feels that pampering!

You might also want to check out their Stimulating Soak ($11 - $30), which is good for fluid retention, poor circulation, and fatigue.

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