Tuesday, June 25, 2013

Dr. Scholl's for Her Review

My most recent campaign from BzzAgent was Dr. Scholl's for Her. If you don't know what BzzAgent is, feel free to check it out! The basics is that I get to try a product for free. In return, I give my honest opinion and review on it through different platforms whether it be a tweet or word-of-mouth.

I was very happy to get invited to this campaign because heels totally kill me. As you can guess, I'm a total slipper girl. I only wear heels with certain outfits, for special events, or a night out. Anything that can make my feet more comfortable in heels is great.

I didn't take a picture of the box because it's what inside that counts with my BzzAgent box. So here is what the Dr. Scholl's For Her in the package. The back of it says that it will help prevent foot pain because the gel arch "shifts pressure off" the balls of your feet, it adds cushioning, and "guaranteed all day comfort". It's supposed to be great for any type of heel even strappy and slim heels.

This is what it looks like out of the package. It felt really thick at the arch. The gel is not hard at all and not sticky like some gel-like products I've felt in the past. I looked it up and it is selling for $7.97 at Walmart.com right now. So the price isn't too bad and it seems to be really good quality.

Here are the heels that I used the High Heel insoles on. These heels are 5" high. If you've ever worn a 5" heel, you know how painful they can be to wear. Unfortunately, I only have really high heels like these so I couldn't test it in shorter heels. Luckily, this is about as painful as you can get with heels unless you're rockin' some Lady Gaga heels.

I wore these at work. I have to say that it really does help with comfort. The balls of my feet were not as sore as they would usually be. It took about an hour before I really felt any pain in the balls of my feet. The only problem is that these heels kill my toes. It helped with keeping my feet from sliding forward but there is only so much one can do in peep toe shoes like this. I did notice that I also had a much easier time when walking because I was in less pain. Even when my feet started to get sore, I could still walk with ease. So I wouldn't say it has all day relief but damn if it doesn't help a lot with it.

I actually really loved the Dr. Scholl's for Her and plan to buy more for the rest of my heels. I kind of don't want to move it around and would rather just have one for each. Lucky me I don't have a massive amount of shoes, only five. Seriously, pain relief when wearing heels, I'm all over it.

Have you tried Dr. Scholl's? How was your experience? If you haven't yet, did my review help you decide to try it or not try it? Let me know!

The giveaway winner will be announced soon too! So keep an eye out for that!

Disclosure: I was not compensated for this post. I received this product for free to review. All opinions expressed are my own.

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