Thursday, May 24, 2012

Dr. Scholl's For Her High Heels Insoles Review

I don't know about you, but I have gotten to the point of not wearing my high heels as much as I used to because, frankly, they hurt! And I don't even wear the really high ones either. I am talking about the 2" to 3" heels. So, when I had the chance to review a pair of Dr. Scholl's For Her High Heel insoles, I jumped on the bandwagon because, well, don't you want your feet to feel good? I know I do and so I wanted to see if these could help me, even in the lower heel size. They are available in sizes 6-10. I think you will be as amazed as I was when I tried mine out on my 2" heels and if you are wearing something higher than that, I think you should at least consider looking at them or reading about them. If you are still not sure, can't hurt to get your doctor's opinion if it makes you feel better, then go for it.

Here are the benefits from wearing For Her High Heels insoles:

•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

Even in my smaller heel size, I still had problems with feet aching so I was excited to try Dr. Scholl's For Her and I can honestly say that I did get some comfort from them. Of course, since I don't work anymore and only wear my heels a few times a week and mostly that's on Sunday for church, I can't give you an 8 hour day working recommendation but I have a feeling they should work for you if you work. The few hours that I do wear my high heels, they have given me some much needed comfort. And I figure some of you probably sit at a desk mostly so I think you should see the same benefits. Gosh, I hope there is not some of you out there standing a full 8 hours! They also have a page where they try to help you find the right product for you by asking alot of questions about what type of problem you are having.

Oh, and the best part is right now you can go on Dr. Scholl's website and get a $2 off coupon good towards a pair of For Her High Heel insoles! Dr. Scholl's insoles work because they have the ultra-soft gel arch that shifts pressure off the ball of your foot while providing guaranteed all-day comfort. And I was right about the heel size, too. I just looked and they do recommend using these even if your heel size is 2", which is what I mostly wear now. I will applaud all of you who can wear those 3 1/2" and up sizes. Since I had both of my knee's replaced, standing in anything taller than 2" makes me feel like I am gonna topple over at any minute. I don't know what I would do if I had to walk too much in heels now. Even sometimes with flat shoes my knee's will go to hurting if I walk too long.

This is why For Her High Heel insoles work:

•Uniquely designed ultra-soft gel arch shifts pressure off the ball of your foot
•FabuSTEP® gel provides added cushioning
•Unique adhesive keeps insole in place
•¾ length design won't crowd toes

Gosh, I even found more products that Dr. Scholl makes that I have never heard about! That should tell you about how much I go shopping these days! I guess since I don't work anymore, I really don't go shopping for clothes and other things that I would normally need if working so I did not know he has a For Her Rub Relief Stick that you can put on and it forms a barrier between your feet and your shoe! Did you know about this product? First time I am hearing about it! This might work for me when I wear my flats and my flip flops. Even wearing those sometimes will cause a little rubbing and redness. I will definitely be printing out that $2 coupon to give the Her Rub Relief Stick a try for my flats and flip flops. So, it looks like by agreeing to do this review for the insoles, I have also found another product to help me with my other kinds of shoes! So, I have come out a winner all the way around! Just so you know what it looks like I copied a picture for you.

Dr. Scholl's website also has a store locator that you can use to make sure you are getting the right thing for you and your feet. By going to their stores you can use the Custom Fit booth that shows you where your problems are when you stand on it. I think I have seen them but never took the time to jump on one and see what it's all about. Mmm, next time I see one, I am gonna try it and see what it says.

For those of you who follow me on a regular basis you know I love digging around and finding interesting facts on the companies or people who make or invented the product I reviewed so here is what I found under the About Dr. Scholl's that I found interesting:
William Mathias Scholl was born in 1882 in Indiana — the grandson of a cobbler and farmer. His expertise in foot care started as a boy when he borrowed his grandfather's tools to repair shoes to earn extra money. He went on to earn a medical degree in 1904, and started his own company, Dr. Scholl Inc.

Dr. William Scholl’s expertise in shoes combined with his medical background allowed him to develop many of the innovative solutions available today. During his lifetime, he helped bring more than 1,000 foot care products to people all around the world.

Today, we the makers of Dr. Scholl’s products continue to advance the science of foot care with the same enthusiasm that young William Scholl did all those years ago.
Connect with Dr. Scholl's several ways:

Mailing Address:

For Dr. Scholl's® Custom Fit® Orthotic Inserts
MSD Consumer Care, Inc.
P.O. Box 219
Memphis, TN 38151

For all other Dr. Scholl's® products:
MSD Consumer Care, Inc.
P.O. Box 377
Memphis, TN 38151
Phone: 1-866-360-3226

Disclaimer: Mary Bearden personally reviewed these products. I did not receive any monetary compensation for my review, just a sample product. All opinions are mine and belong to me solely. My thoughts and opinions may differ from yours. Most of the pictures I took except for the Rub Relief that I copied off of Dr. Scholl's site. I am a BzzAgent and I was provided with a means to experience the product or service thru products that were mailed to me and I passed some along to friends and family. This did not in any way persuade me to give this product a favorable review.


radeeolover said...

I'm going to have to get these now!
radeeolover at yahoo dot cmo