Review: Dr. Scholl’s For Her Ball of Foot Cushions

I am a woman of a short 5’2” (okay, okay… 5’1 1/2”) build and the boost of a nice heel improves the appearance of my body.  Makes my legs appear longer, my body looks leaner, my posture improves… There are many, many benefits to wearing heels for us shorter ladies!  I LOVE wearing gorgeous heels but sometimes they just aren’t worth the fuss of aching feet.  In my last Influenster Spring Beauty VoxBox I received the Dr. Scholl’s For Her Ball of Foot cushions.  
You may remember the Dr. Scholl’s For Her High Heel‘s post that I did back in September, so you know that as soon as I saw these in the VoxBox my heart skipped a beat.  

I adore these high heels, nude patent leather is always a yes for me… especially with the interesting toe and the wooden platform/heel.  Well guess how many times these babies have been worn?  Twice… the day I bought them… and then 4 months after that.  They are comfy when you first put them on but they seriously hurt after walking around for a while in them.  

The Ball of Foot cushions are super simple to insert.  You peel the protective backing off of the pad and that reveals the sticky-ish surface that you apply to your insole.  And VOILA!  It is done!  Instant happy feet! 

INFO FROM THE BRAND: 
Created uniquely for women’s shoes, the slim design of Dr. Scholl’s®For Her Ball of Foot Cushions prevents your feet from sliding forward, so you avoid “toe scrunch”. Plus, they fit comfortably and discreetly in both open- and closed-toe shoes.

Helps prevent ball of foot pain

Immediate Massaging Gel comfort for the ball of your foot

Only ball of foot product made with unique FabuSTEP®gel

Prevents toe scrunch

Stays firmly in place

Removable without damage to your shoes

Discreetly fits all women’s shoes”


MY OPINION:
I think they are terrific.  When you are first getting used to them, the feeling of something slightly squishy takes a second to get used to, but after that first 2 minutes I hardly noticed them.  It almost felt like walking on air compared to the hard surface of the insole.  This won’t be my last item from Dr. Scholl’s.  They have a returning customer out of me!  It is suggested that you change out your pads every 6 months or so, which I plan on doing.  
THE VERDICT:
Two thumbs up!  Great product!
xoxo, 
Laura

*This item was sent to me for editorial consideration from Influenster.


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  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/08141434602928387137 Beauty Make Up Addict

    These look like a great product. Thanks for sharing I def need to check these out.

    BeautyMakeUpAddict.blogspot.com

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/17203899757128581331 Betzy’s Makeup

    They look amazing!

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/15306736602675576026 Julianne

    I need these! Thanks for the review!

    A Little Lacey

    Julianne

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/09087213623032138878 Valerie Angel

    Cute heels! :)

    -♡ Valerie Angel

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/13924573440740366148 play

    I’m a heel freak from way back & am a firm believer in training your feet into heels. However sometimes the ‘training process’ on a new pair of high fabulous can be rather rough! I have tried a few inserts, but not had much luck with them. So thank you for the review I will most certainly check them out!

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/14935643957486496108 Amanda B

    i’ve LOVE those–they’ve seriously been saving my feet the last few years.

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/14935643957486496108 Amanda B

    I* oops! :)

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/11274153782478267645 Laura MyNewestAddiction

    Thanks ladies! I have been LOVING them! :)