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Ruth Langsford gave This Morning viewers the BEST tip for dealing with painful shoes that rub

Blisters be gone…

Oh, good ol' Ruth Langsford - coming to the rescue of our footwear dilemmas. The TV star has revealed that she has a nifty trick for dealing with shoes that rub and give you blisters. During a segment with Lisa Snowdon on This Morning, the 62-year-old told Lisa and her husband Eamonn Holmes live on air that she uses a Compeed Anti-Blister Stick to beat the pain from wearing new shoes. 

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She said: "You know when you've been wearing socks and boots and things, and suddenly you're in bare feet with new shoes you just get one of these - it's a blister stick. I rub this where I always know I get a blister - normally on my heel and my little toe when it's rubbing. Or I put sandals on, wear them for about half an hour and you can feel a 'uh oh' and then you just get your blister stick and it just lubricates your skin and gives it a film of grease I suppose and it stops it blistering."

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Lisa Snowdon agreed with Ruth, saying new shoes need to mould to your foot shape and you need to be patient with new shoes. 

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So there we have it folks, a top tip for dealing with painful shoes. Cheers, Ruth! 

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