Dr. Scholl’s For Her High Heel Insoles Review + Giveaway

Date Sat, May 26 2012
Dr. Scholl's For Her High Heel Insoles

Dr. Scholl’s For Her High Heel Insoles

I’m not the type who usually wears insoles; although, my mom always swears by them. Still, I was excited to receive a free pair of Dr. Scholl’s For Her High Heel Insoles to review from BzzAgent and Dr. Scholl’s. I received a single pair of insoles. They’re a squishy gel, which you can feel right through the package. The difference between the high heel inserts and those meant for other shoes is that they’re clear and much thinner.

I placed these into my wedges, which only have 2″ heels but can sometimes be irritating on my feet, especially as the inserts of the shoes are slowly wearing down. I’ve had them for a few years and they’ve gotten a lot of love, let’s say.

Right on the package, it explains how there’s arch support, and this is the feature I appreciated the most. The reason you wind up up on the ball of your feet with heeds, is that there is no arch support. The gel is thicker under this area, and I could definitely feel it. It squished under my feet all day, and it made me want to dance. I couldn’t help talking about it. My feet finally had a comfortable place to rest on.

I didn’t feel the insoles as much under my heels; although, I’m sure they helped. When they adhere to your shoes, they are closer to the inside and taper out toward the outside and toe, so it doesn’t cover the entire bottom of the shoe, even the large, which I placed in a size 7.5 shoe. There wasn’t much material under the ball of my foot, but I didn’t notice because of the arch support.

The adhesive worked well. The insoles stayed perfectly in place the whole time I wore them, and I even had to take one out to restick it because of my own incompetence. These were also thin enough that I could wear them comfortable in my shoes. However, if yours are already a little tight, you might want to reconsider the product.

In the past, I’ve tried products from other companies, but Dr Scholl’s definitely gets my support, now.

Dr Scholl’s has provided me with several $4 off coupons, and while I’m going to snag one to buy another pair of insole’s for myself, I really want my readers to be able to enjoy this product, too. The $4 coupon basically halves the price that you’ll pay on Amazon or stores like Walgreens, so it’s definitely worth it. Otherwise, you’ll probably want to pick the pair of shoes that are the most uncomfortable and buy only one or two pairs of insoles to help with your pain.

This is going to be a simple contest. The first six people who comment on this post will receive one coupon for $4 off. You must also be a fan of Reviews by Cole on Facebook After six commentors, the giveaway is done.


I received a product sample, coupon, collateral or other special premium from BzzAgent.

4 Responses

  1. Marcy Strahan May 28 2012 @ 10:55 pm

    My feet get so sore all the time when I am out & about! I would love to own these insoles.

  2. Laura June 1 2012 @ 8:42 pm

    Thanks for the review! I definitely am going to buy a pair to wear at my prom.

  3. Alan Fascia August 1 2012 @ 3:25 pm

    I am not comfortable with heels and would definitely go with these insoles.

  4. Catherine August 14 2012 @ 7:45 pm

    I wear 3 to 4 inch heels to work eveery day, anything that helps the ache would be great!

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