Dr. Scholl’s Active Series Insoles

3 Nov

Recently, I was chosen by Influenster to receive a pair of Dr. Scholl’s Active Series Insoles.  These insoles are designed to reduce shock my 40%, and to help relieve and prevent pain from shin splints, runner’s knee and plantar fasciitis.  This is done through the 3 zones of protection at the ball of the foot, the arch, and the heel.  They are available in 4 sizes:

  • Men’s (sizes 7½-10)
  • Men’s (sizes 10½-13)
  • Women’s (sizes 5½-8)
  • Women’s (sizes 8½-11)

The pair I received was for women’s shoes between sizes 8 1/2 and 11.  I normally wear a size 10, but when getting a shoe for walking, I usually buy 1/2 size to 1 size bigger.  Otherwise, as I walk, I tend to get blisters and discomfort because size 10 fits just right.  I recently got a pair of shoes that my friend tried a couple of times, but were hurting her feet and legs.  I started wearing them and was experience the same pain, as I am on the go quite a bit during the day.  So, I decided to try these insoles in the shoes.  I removed the current insole in the shoe, lined up the Dr. Scholl’s insole with it to see if any adjustments or cuts were needed.  No adjustments were needed, so I put the shoe insole and the Dr. Scholl’s insole in, and started my day.

Dr. Scholl's Active Series Insoles

The pain in my feet and legs is gone now, and I can get through the day great with these insoles.  Between school drop off, pick up, various volunteering, errands, and household work, I can wear my shoes more comfortably now to get my work done.  If you would like to try these, there is a $4 coupon available through the Dr. Scholl’s product page, and they can be found at various retailers, like CVS, Target, or Walmart.

 

Disclaimer: I received a pair of Dr. Scholl’s Active Series Insoles complimentary from Influenster and Dr. Scholl’s for testing purposes.  All opinions expressed are unbiased and my own.

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