The Product: Dr. Scholl’s For Her High Heel Insoles are proven to improve the way you feel in heels. The unique design helps prevent foot aches and pains caused by heels two inches and higher. Plus, the ultra-soft gel arch shifts pressure off the ball of your foot while providing guaranteed all-day comfort. How to use: Place on top of your current insole, no trimming required, replace every six months or at first signs of wear.
- Helps prevent foot pain caused by high heels
- Proven to improve the way you feel in heels
- Unique ultra-soft FabuSTEP® gel arch shifts pressure off your ball of foot
- Immediate and all day comfort
- Stays firmly in place
- Removable without damage to shoes
- Slim design won’t make shoes feel tight
- Practically invisible, even in strappy heels
The Review: I received a a pair of Dr. Scholl’s For Her High Heel Insoles for participating in the Dr. Scholl’s for Her BzzAgent Campaign and sharing my honest opinions on the product, just as I am doing here.
I decided to try out the insoles when my husband and I were going to the AIA (American Institute of Architects) Exposition in DC, where we would be doing lots of walking – as we would be taking the metro into the city. Here is m review, from the very beginning…After reviewing the insole and deciding they were a very nice looking product to be putting in the bottom of a shoe, I inserted the insole, and the first thing I noticed was the shape – in particular, the insole ends before the toes, so it gives you more toe room in those shoes that skimp on toe room (you know the ones I am talking about). Also, it’s self-adhesive, but not permanent, so if you don’t get the placement right the first time, you can adjust (or if you’re like me, move them from shoe to shoe =D).
Once we got to the Metro Station and really started walking around, I could tell a big difference with the insole being in my shoes. The insoles gave the perfect amount of support for all the walking we did (from the car to the metro, from the metro, to the convention center, around the exposition and all the way back). And for me, someone with back and leg problems, that’s quite an accomplishment. put it this way – we had my foldable cane in the backpack just in case my pain got bad, and in case it got really bad, we could have gotten a wheelchair for the exposition (we’ve only had to do that a few times in rare cases of pain flare ups when it has gotten really bad). Luckily, however, with a pain management program and good healthcare practitioners and lifestyle (trying) its not getting worse.
OK, sorry about the tangent, back to the insoles… I would say the helped a great deal with the amount of stamina I had in walking because my feet did start to hurt, I was putting pressure on the balls of my feet, and pressure was not running up my legs. I also think it was helping me stand correctly, because of the supports. which is terrific!
Even after getting home, and the day after, which is when I would really feel walking around like that in my feet in legs, I did feel a bit sore (because I am out of shape), but my feet felt just fine. I look forward to wearing these insoles again and again in different shoes throughout the summer, and I look forward to the relief they will provide, just as they did this review. I fully recommend the Dr. Scholl’s For Her High Heel Insoles for anyone looking to make their pretty shoes more comfortable, too!
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