Scholl Party Feet Ball Of Foot Cushions - 1 Pair

Scholl
In stock
£4.79
RRP £5.99
£4.79
RRP £5.99

Product & Safety Notice

  • The maximum purchase for this product is 100
Shamir Patel - Superintendent Pharmacist & Director
Checked by:

Shamir Patel

Date:
30/11/2020
Role:

Superintendent Pharmacist & Director

GPHC:

2049338

The Product Information was written and researched on 03/02/2020 . Find out more. See less.

What are Scholl Party Feet Ball of Foot Cushions?

Scholl Party Feet Ball of Foot Cushions are discreet shoe inserts that help to prevent the sore burning sensation that can happen in the balls of your feet when you wear high heels. These inserts use Scholl’s non-slip technology, staying firmly in place inside your shoe and keeping your feet from sliding around as you walk. They fit into most women’s shoes while remaining discreet and comfortable, so you can party the night away without worrying that your favourite heels are going to cause you pain.

 

Why do the balls of my feet hurt when I wear heels?

When you wear high heels, the balls of your feet can experience more pressure and shock than they usually would when you wear flat or comfortable shoes. This is because the shape your feet make when you’re wearing heels means that the balls of your feet are going to experience more impact as you move, causing that sore or burning sensation.

 

How will Scholl Party Feet Ball of Foot Cushions help to keep my feet comfortable as I wear heels?

Scholl Party Feet Foot Cushions help to keep your feet comfortable by adding an extra protective layer under the balls of your feet. This helps to absorb shock and pressure your feet feel as you stand, walk, run, dance, and anything else you feel like doing. Lowering the shock and pressure helps your feet to stay comfortable and helps to prevent burning in the balls of your feet.

 

Will these cushions fit my shoes?

These Scholl Party Feet Cushions are designed to fit into most women’s shoes, with a discreet design that will keep them from showing as you strut your stuff. These gel cushions are clear, helping them to remain discreet no matter what shoes you’re wearing.

 

How to use this product

Before inserting these cushions, look for the left and right symbol on each one and make sure they’re inserted into the right show. Remove the protective film from the underside of the cushions and position in your shoe with the sticky side facing down and the pointy end facing the heel of the shoe. There is a picture on the product packaging that shows you how to place the product properly. You can reposition the cushions if needed, pulling the cushion away from the shoe slowly and carefully. Make sure the cushion is in the same place in each shoe.

 

How often should I change these foot cushions?

You should change your Scholl Foot Cushions for a new pair every 6 months or as soon as your cushions start to show signs of wear and tear.

 

How to store this product

Store in a cool, dry place. Keep out of sight and reach of children.

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