The new shoes and sandals are pleasing to everyone, but what happened to the 23-year-old model has been very painful. Gemma Doonney thankfully saved her life after a bubble in her heel was created from her new shoes.

As The Sun writes, 23-year-old Gemma Doonney noticed the new sandals were rubbing her heels too much when she was going to the train station, but after noticing the sandals were kicking her leg, she dropped them off to wear a pair other, more comfortable.

However, within the day, a cure for early onset of deadly sepsis began. "It all started when the shoes were rubbing on the back of my leg, my skin was cut off like a knife," said the model, from Billingshurst, West Sussex.

"I put something on it to cover it because I didn't think it was great, but later I noticed it had a strange color," she added, who then went on a visit.

At first, the doctors did not know what was happening to her, but the next morning when Gemma went back to them, they told her she was suffering from the first stage of sepsis.

"I had pain all over my body, I knew something serious was going to happen to me. My body started to turn blue. I was only getting worse. When I went to the hospital, the doctors told me my heart rate was fast, my blood pressure was low and my temperature was rising, ?the 23-year-old continued.

Doctors told him that if he did not act quickly, he said he could be cured before the disease worsened. Doctors have told her that she was lucky and that for three months she should be careful what she wears.