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Show Your Feet Some Love With Dr. Scholl's

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Thank you Dr. Scholl's for sponsoring this post. All opinions expressed in my post are my own. 

If you have been around for a while, you might have noticed that I do not wear heels as often as I used to back when I started outfit blogging. There are several reasons for it like always being on a go, using public transport, and also suffering from some foot related issues. I am a stickler for good health, which means I feel at peace when all my organs are working fine, and there is no pain or injury to any part of my body. While everything is not in my control, but I definitely try and change my ways when it is possible. Below are some of the issue I was having when wearing heels too often: 

The ball of the foot is the portion of the foot between your arch and toes, where bones called your metatarsals are located. As you walk, your weight is transferred from your heel to the ball of your foot, and if the weight is unevenly transferred to the metatarsals and over the ball of your foot, pain and swelling of the area can occur.

Anyone can get sore, achy and tired feet. However, it is more likely to occur in people with flat or high-arched feet. It can also occur in people who are overweight, people who work on their feet all day and/or people who are not used to being on their feet who suddenly engage in a higher level of activity.

But sometimes shoe discomfort can be more than merely annoying. It can actually lead to a host of other issues such as:
  • Corns: Small pea-sized bumps made of thickened hard skin
  • Bunions: A bump or swelling on the joint of the big toe that requires surgery to remove.
  • Blisters: Skin that has formed a raised bubble and is filled with fluid.
10 Years Later

Fortunately, many of these issues aren’t serious and can be managed, but they can make it more difficult to move comfortably and confidently. One of the ways to avoid them is using a Custom Fit Orthotic. 

Dr. Scholl's state-of the-art pressure measurement system and Foot Mapping technology quickly measures your foot and recommends the Custom Fit Orthotic that is right for you. It uses 2,000 pressure sensors to create your unique FootMap. Find a kiosk at a select Walmart near you. There are 14 custom fit options available.


Dr. Scholl's custom fit orthotics are made up of three layers, each designed to give you comfort and relief. The CRADELFLEX® support system is uniquely designed to keep the shock and stress from traveling up the body. It stabilizes your arch, while the extra support layers are designed for customized cushioning and comfort.

While I have just started to wear Dr. Scholl's custom fit orthotics and can not speak to any clinical improvement to the pain but I have noticed that my feet are considerable less tired at the end of each day. Overall, I am excited to see how I will benefit from wearing Dr. Scholl's custom fit orthotics.

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  1. I can relate to every single foot problem you listed. I have actually tried thses inserts and they really do help.

  2. Gah, such an important post. I used to teach wearing heels (which meant walking around campus in them as well) and I developed so many foot problems. Needless to say I don't do this anymore. Foot health is important! Thanks for sharing!

  3. Dr. Scholls are such a lifesaver! My feet would be in agony without my inserts!
    xo Jessica

  4. I've been meaning to try this out in store. Thanks for the reminder!

  5. These are the best for helping keep feet happy. Glad you reminded me.

  6. I'm so glad that I tend to wear comfortable shoes 9 times out of 10. Usually I'm in heels for like 5 minutes before I switch into flats or Toms. Thanks for your tips!

  7. I swear by Dr. Scholls and for some of my heels they are a must have. Also my running shoes.

  8. Interesting post! I have small bunions and never thought about checkin out Dr. Scholls! I just figured I'd wear looser fitting shoes and open toe shoes from now on, but this certainly sounds like something I need to check out!

  9. I have been meaning to try this Kiosk at our Wal Mart! Now that I'm back at work with toddlers everyday, my legs and feet are aching!

  10. I always get shoe related foot issues. It's time to find some Scholls that work for me :)

  11. Love these inserts! They are very helpful, especially with high heels.

    Beth ||

  12. I heard from my mom that Dr. Scholls are really amazing. Her feets feels great every time she uses it.

  13. I've thought about getting some for my work sneakers!
    xo, Lily
    Beauty With Lily

  14. I've been experiencing some serious foot ache. Thanks for this post. I will def try out the Dr. Scholls custom fit and see how it works out.

  15. I have terrible ball of foot pain all the time when I wear heels. I need to look more into this.

  16. I experienced that pain on my foot. And it was not nice. I think I need to have this product.

  17. I love Dr. scholls inserts they are so comfortable!!! And they are lifesavers when it comes to uncomfortable shoes.

  18. I haven't worn heels in so long but I am going to look into it so I look more professional.


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