I got my Bzzagent packet just yesterday for the Dr. Scholl’s For Her High Heel Insoles. I instantly opened them and put them in the shoes I was currently wearing. First of all, I have to mention that I had purchased Dr. Scholl’s For Her High Heel Insoles off the clearance rack a few months ago. They had cloth on top and were black to match my shoes. I really liked them, so when I got the new insoles in the mail, and they were just the silicone gel pads with no cloth on top, I was mildly disappointed. I had to remember that they were going inside my shoe, so what did it matter?
I put the insoles in my heels (which are only 1.5 inch heels, no 3 inchers for me) and was amazed at the different. They must have re-vamped their design. The old insoles had a lot of padding at the ball of my foot and at the heel, but not so much in the middle. The new pads have more padding in the arch and moving forward to the ball of my foot – which is much more effective. I had wore my heels all day at work and was going to change into some more comfortable shoes for our evening church service, but decided against the idea so that I could get a better assessment of how the insoles were working. They managed to instantly relieve the tender spots that were already hurting from wearing my heels all day at work, and continued to ease this pain for the next 3 hours while I was at church and out and about before returning home.
Now, from that last sentence, it sounds like I’m trying to say that the insoles are pain relievers. In a medicinal way, no of course not, but the padding is placed in such a way that certain points of contact on my foot against the shoe were alleviated due to the insole, and thus they were no longer causing me any issues. If I were to put any pressure on these points of contact, they still would have been a bit sore from wearing my shoes all day long.
Would I recommend Dr. Scholl’s For Her High Heel Insoles? Absolutely! I am a fan of shoe insoles anyway, but rarely have I had such a desirable result!