Dr. Scholl's Massaging Gel Insoles Reviews

Dr. Scholl's Massaging Gel Insoles

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  • Are You Gellin'? I'm Not with Dr. Scholl's Massaging Insoles

    Oct 22, 2003 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Very soft to the touch and easy to cut.
    Cons: Much too expensive for what they do and hard to open the package.

    Summary: I have developed some sort of arthritis and it seems to have hit my feet. In an attempt to avoid “special” shoes I bought inserts for the balls of my feet which helped. I then bought full-length inserts for $1.99 that felt all right. I then decide ... read more

  • Dr. Scholl's Messaging Gel Insoles

    Sep 7, 2011 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: actually hellp your feet feel better and cushion them when walking long distances.
    Cons: Mae your feet a little high in your shoes.

    Summary: I am a bzz agent and what that means is I get to try out new products for free and in exchange I promise to tell others about the products.  Recently I was honored by getting to be involved in the Dr. Scholl's Messaging Gel Insoles campaign. That ... read more

  • Gellin' With Comfort

    Aug 6, 2011 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Easy to Install
    Cons: That I never tried them sooner

    Summary: I was recently sent a pair of the Dr. Scholl's Massaging Gel Insoles from a group I belong to called BzzAgent. I couldn't wait to try them because I have had tired achy feet for some time, probably because I am on my feet all day. First off they are made ... read more

  • Not for me

    Aug 25, 2007 by
    Rated a Helpful Review
    Pros: I can't think of one positive at all
    Cons: Shoes came with better insoles Sticky, slippery and weird feeling They were just bad

    Summary: I walk about 10,000 or more steps each day, which can cause my feet to ache and hurt. Previously, I'd been using gel inserts for my heel, as that is the area which bore the brunt of the impact. Although, after a while I wanted some cushioning on the ... read more

  • Walk A Mile in My Shoes

    Jul 11, 2006 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: I feel my sole(s) has been saved.
    Cons: Wildly overpriced, horrible packaging (difficult to open)

    Summary: I own only two pair of shoes (well, one pair are boots) that I bought from Zappos.com. Just so you understand, I'd like to have more shoes but finding a 14 extra, extra wide (in a style I would wear) limits choices. Consequently, I wear my shoes ... read more

  • Not Gellin'... but not bad

    Jul 15, 2005 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Soft, easy to trim to size, and good vibration control
    Cons: A little pricey, tough to get into the package!

    Summary: Once again, I've bought a product and THEN read the reviews...I'll never learn... Anyway, I've read what other have to say about these insoles and frankly no one is very happy with them. However, I am. I bought them for a different reason than the ... read more

  • The doctor needs to lose his license

    Jan 15, 2005 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: I THINK it works
    Cons: Price, efficiency, usage, doesn't deliver as promised

    Summary: For what it's worth, I think Dr. Scholl's is probably the highest quality you can get as over the counter. But for someone in pain, Dr. Scholl's just isn't going to do it for you. I have a plantar wart on the bottom of my foot, which is currently ... read more

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  • Happy Feet

    Aug 19, 2011 by
    Not rated yet
    Pros: Easy to fit in shoe. Look to be durable. Relieve most of my foot discomfort
    Cons: For people with high arches, they need more of an arch built into them.

    Summary: As a BzzAgent, I received a free sample of these insoles. I have used these for several weeks now and would recomend these for people who need relief from foot discomfort. I use these in my walking shoes and usually walk about 2.5 miles a day. Before ... read more

  • comfortable

    Aug 14, 2011 by
    Not rated yet
    Pros: Easy to trim to fit, soft and cushiony
    Cons: the cost is alittle high

    Summary: I received a pair of Dr Scholl's Massaging Gel Insoles as part of the BzzAgent program to try out and review. The insoles are easy to trim so they will fit snugly inside your shoes. After wearing them in my athletic shoes, I find they do make a ... read more

  • Dr. Scholl's Not Gellin but Ener-Gel Insoles are

    Jul 21, 2010 by
    Not rated yet
    Pros: Dr. Scholl's are in every store.
    Cons: Simply don't deliver as promised - more hype than comfort.

    Summary: I tried the Massaging Gel insoles and they did not help my sore feet so I took them back to Wal-Mart and bought a pair of Ener-Gel Insoles right below them on the shelf.  These insoles were incredible as they delivered as advertised - Maximum ... read more

  • Watch out for blisters

    Jun 6, 2010 by
    Not rated yet
    Pros: Effective heal cushion
    Cons: Can cause serious blistering, overpriced, package is hard to open

    Summary: I bought the massaging gel insoles to deal with heal pain caused by plantar fascitis, inserting them into a pair of Keens. They did cushion my feet and reduce heal pain to a noticeable extent (though not entirely).  The problem was that they raised ... read more

  • Saved My Feet

    Jan 5, 2010 by
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    Pros: Saved my feet from an expensive doctor's visit. Inexpensive. Comfortable. Very.
    Cons: Not one thing wrong with this product.

    Summary: I was about to go to the doctor because of the Shoes for Crews that basically destroyed my feet--the SmartShoe had no support, meaning my weight shifted to the wrong part of my feet, leaving me in incredible pain every day. I was about to schedule an ... read more

  • Worst Insole

    Apr 14, 2009 by
    Not rated yet
    Pros: None
    Cons: Uncomfortable, bunch up

    Summary: My good old insoles wore out, and I thought I'd give Dr. Scholl's a try. I chose the massaging gel insoles since there have been so many television ads on these. From the first 10 minutes I used these, I have regretted the $9 I spent on them. I wish I'd ... read more

  • They totally work for me

    Sep 4, 2007 by
    Rated Show
    Pros: Excellent comfort
    Cons: A bit pricey

    Summary: I live in Moab Utah so with many hiking trails around I hike a lot. Even though they are quite pricey they are well worth the expense. I use them in my hiking boots with excellent results, not feeling the rocks and stones at all. I also used them in my ... read more

  • Meh...

    Dec 1, 2006 by
    Rated Show
    Pros: The exist, they are widely available.
    Cons: Don't really work, expensive. What more can you say?

    Summary: Owned them for about a month now and I'm completely underwhelmed. Considering how much these things are advertised I would think they would be better as nobody wants to raise awareness of your worst product. I've bought $0.99 insoles at Walmart that ... read more

  • Dude, I'm so Gellin'!

    Apr 18, 2006 by
    Rated Show
    Pros: Easy to install, Comfortable, Reduces Fatigue and Foot Pain associated with extended time spent standing.
    Cons: The extreme level of comfort may cause drowsiness.

    Summary: I recently started working at the Zone Cafe, a trendy "healthy dietary lifestyle" bistro. When I go in, I'm literally on my feet for 5 hours minimum, and up to 9 hours depending on my work schedule. The other day I picked up a pair of these insoles ... read more

  • Dr. Scholl's Gellin insoles are garbage

    Nov 11, 2004 by
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    Pros: Fit easily into my trashbag for disposal.
    Cons: Total, complete Garbage - Not worth the 44 cents/pair of the foam inserts.

    Summary: I too fell for the stupid Gellin' commercials. I was using nice, comfortable foam inserts that I get at Big Lots at 2 pair for 88 cents - - then I plunked down the overpriced $10 or so for a pair of the Scholl's garbage, hoping for that wonderful ... read more

  • OK With Reservations

    Aug 4, 2004 by
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    Pros: They cushion your feet somewhat - probably no more so than the cheaper variety.
    Cons: They make your feet feel hot - because of the plastic.

    Summary: I bought them because the arch in my left foot was beginning to bother me. I do a lot of walking on hard surfaces - I live and work in NYC. I switched to wearing thick rubber sole shoes. I think these insoles are incredibly overrated. I paid $13 for ... read more

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