Lovely toes!
I’ve been a dancer for many years, and now 60, just noticed I’ve developed bunions. Went looking for helpful info. So much out there- and the ads are awful- making me feel depressed. Along came DenadaDance Toe Stretchers- the advertising instantly conveyed a pick me up delightful feeling. Who could not love such happy looking feet? But most important, the spacers are fantastic! Easy to use, feel wonderful, and came with not only instructions, but a follow up ebook about our feet and toes. This is a company that loves it’s product and has a sweet positive commitment to health and well being. Thank you!

By EB on January 31, 2015

I have been using this product for about a month and have not had any bunion pain since I started using them. I used to get sharp stabbing pain through my big toe up through my foot but that hasn’t happened once since using this product. I wear the toe spacer from morning until I go to bed at night, they are very comfortable and can be worn in my shoes also. I switch the spacer for the bunion pad while doing the treadmill and it is comfortable while running. This is the third product I have tried for bunion relief and absolutely the best one. They have great customer service also, contacting me to make sure I was pleased with my purchase.

By Tina on March 26, 2015

I must say, so far I am really liking your product. I have gotten pain relief from using both the spacers and the protectors. I never knew such products existed and wish I had learned about them years ago. The protector is very useful in absorbing pressure and eliminating the pain from shoes rubbing against the bunion. They are actually pretty comfortable to wear in shoes, as I have already worn them in a few different pairs, including flats. I have been able to wear the spacers for hours at a time without any discomfort, probably about 6-8 hours when Im sleeping.

By Kortney on March 24, 2015

Hiked 5 miles no pain.
Wearing the comfy spacer at night and inside hiking shoes during day, I’ve been able to hike the Colorado trails without pain.
By Peggy on April 22, 2015