Tuesday, July 10, 2012
Dr School's Massaging Gel Insoles Review/coupon Giveaway
You can find Dr. Scholl's Massaging Gel Insoles in the foot care aisle of most grocery stores, drugstores, and mass merchants. They also have a money back guarantee.I'm glad I had the opportunity to try these. As a BzzAgent, I often have the opportunity to sample new products in exchange for my honest opinion on them. This time, I've been able to try Dr. Scholl's Massaging Gel Insoles. I was really excited for this campaign. I have some problems with my feet/knees, and I'm always interested in new products that might help me with that.I decided to put the Massaging Gel Insoles into an old pair of sneakers that I was hoping to "revamp". The original insoles were getting flimsy from wearing the shoes for so long. I was very pleased with how the new insoles made me feel like I was wearing new shoes again! They fit perfectly into my shoe and gave me the support I needed.The insoles are able to fit women's shoe sizes 6-10. That means that if you have a shoe that's smaller than size 10, you have to trim the insole down. I've been wary of products like that in the past, because I'm always afraid of messing up when I'm cutting and ruining the insole. The Dr. Scholl's insoles were super easy to trim, though! On the bottom of the insole is a guide telling you where to cut for each shoe size. Despite that, I still measured them against the insoles I was replacing. I was extremely pleased to find out that they lined up exactly with the size 9 guideline on the Dr. Scholl's insole! I liked that I wasn't constantly thinking about the new insoles in my shoes while wearing them. Sometimes, I find that replacement insoles don't fit the shoe well, or are too thick, and therefore interfere with day to day activities when you're wearing those shoes. The Dr. Scholl's Massaging Gel Insoles were nothing like those annoying other products! They seemed to disappear, and while I could definitely tell that they were much more sturdy and supportive than the old insoles I'd replaced, that was the extent of my paying direct attention to them. I was very comfortable walking around with the Massaging Gel insoles in!
They sell for about $12.99 a pair so they are fairly reasonable as far as massaging insoles go. I also have 8 coupons for $5 off coupons to share if anyone wants them. Just leave me a comment telling me you'd like a coupon along with your email address so I can contact you for mailing info.
FTC Disclaimer: I am a BzzAgent, and received free product samples in order to give my opinion. This in no way influences what I say about the Dr. Scholl's Massaging Gel Insoles. The opinions expressed are solely my own.