Scholl started out in 1899 when Dr William Scholl began working in a small shoe shop and became intrigued by how small changes to footwear can ease aches and pains.
Today, Scholl products are as popular as ever, helping to ease conditions such as athlete’s foot and fungal nail infections, as well as making your feet feel more comfortable as you walk through life.
Scholl is all about improving your health and comfort by caring for your feet, putting passion and thoughtful care into every single product.
There’s a reason why Scholl has renowned for taking good care of your feet for over 100 years!
No matter what problem you’re facing, Scholl has a product that can help you to get your feet into tip-top condition again.
Some of our favourite Scholl footcare products include:
Scholl has different fungal nail treatments which work by creating an environment around your infected nail that makes it difficult for the nail fungus to thrive.
Giving your nail the chance to recover and grow out, letting healthy nail grow in its place and keeping the infection from spreading to your other nails.
Scholl has a range of athlete’s foot treatments, some of which can also be used to prevent athlete’s foot.
They work as antifungal medications, creating an environment that’s hostile towards the fungi that cause athlete’s foot.
This helps to stop the infection in its tracks and the spray products can also be used inside your socks and shoes to keep athlete’s foot from coming back.
Many of us spend our days on our feet or walking in shoes that aren’t comfortable and don’t give our feet the support they need.
Scholl insoles all have different functions, so they can give your feet the support you need, depending on your lifestyle.
For example, the Scholl Gel Activ insoles are perfect for everyday wear, absorbing shock that can happen to your feet as you walk and reducing the pressure on your feet.
The Gel Activ Everyday Heels insoles are designed for those who wear high heeled shoes every day and are looking for a way to make their feet feel as comfortable as they would when wearing flats.
There are also Orthaheel insoles, designed for those who experience pain in their feet that can be reduced by proper support and foot alignment.