Happy Feet, Dr. Scholl’s For Her

For my first post I opted to talk about a product and an organization that introduced me to it. The company is called BZZAgent, and they are a company that enlists the help of the general public to try and talk about various products on the web. After an initial sign up process which encompasses lots of questions about my shopping habits, BZZAGENT.COM sent me my first campaign about 3 weeks later.

Dr. Scholl’s for Her, are inserts for pumps, heels, and sandals. I jumped at the offer, as I am always complaining about my feet hurting at the end of the day. Once I signed up for the campaign, BzzAgent.com sent me a neat little package in the mail about 2 weeks later. In it was a BZZAGENT.COM welcome card, a package of DR. SCHOLL’S FOR HER inserts, and a package of coupons for the product. At this point BZZAgent.com, seems legit.

Opening the BzzAgent.com package

Opening the BzzAgent package

I decided to select a pair of shoes for this trial that I have worn before that always made my feet ache at the end of the day, but that I cannot stop wearing because…well they’re cute.

The Buzz Box Dr Scholls for Her inserts

Shoes chosen for Dr. Scholl’s inserts

So, I opened the package, and frowned as I discovered that the inserts had a sticky film on them to help them stay in place when in the shoe. I wasn’t too pleased about that as I don’t like leaving any sticky residue on my shoes because if I remove a sticker price tag or something like that I find it very uncomfortable with my heel sticking all day. However… when I placed these inserts in my shoes I found the adhesive tolerable and not very sticky upon removal.

The Buzz Box DrScholls Inserts

Removing the Film from the Dr. Scholl’s For Her Inserts

 

After I placed them in my pumps I wore the shoes the very next day and while my initial experience was not very comfortable because I was not used to having something in my shoe but toward the end of the week I found them to be pretty comfortable. As the week was ending, I took them out and wore my shoes without them to see if I would notice a difference…I did.  Not only were my feet sore at the end of the day, but throughout the day I found myself wiggling my toes in my shoes to try make them comfortable. I think I’ve grown used to the cushioned arch support.

Ok, so…Bottom line? Dr.Scholl’s for Her inserts work really well in pumps, and in sandals. If you’ve never worn inserts they may feel uncomfortable at first but give them a chance to work. Your feet will thank you for the cushion, your calves will not be tired and the arches of your feet will feel so much better at the end of the day. Kudos Dr. Scholl’s and thank you BzzAgent.com for the opportunity to try them.  This was a product I had seen numerous times in the store, but never really wanted to spend the money to try because I was afraid it might be a waste of money.  After trying them for a few weeks I am happy to say that I will be purchasing more for my other shoes as they really are comfortable.

Interested in learning more about the product talked about here? Please visit these sites to learn more! http://www.BzzAgent.com and http://www.drscholls.com/Brand/ForHer

I also have a limited number of coupons for this product. Interested in one? Email me here: elainetorres36@gmail.com and I’d be happy to mail you one!