Friday, May 27, 2011

Ease Your Tired and Achy Feet with Dr. Scholl’s Custom Fit Orthotic Inserts! (GIVEAWAY, $50 Value)

Unfortunately, just because a shoe looks good, that doesn’t mean it FEELS good! And if you spend a lot of time on your feet, uncomfortable shoes can become even more miserable. Whether you’re on the job or running after the kids, you’re constantly putting pressure on your feet. The result can be sore and achy feet, even long after your shoes have been removed. Therefore, it’s important to give your feet a comfy ride. One way in which to do that is with Dr. Scholl’s® Custom Fit® Orthotic Inserts! This isn’t your typical insert because Dr. Scholl’s has provided a way for you to get just the right fit for the way you walk. Here’s how it works:

Visit a Dr. Scholl’s Custom Fit Orthotic Center at a retail store near you. (We found them at several CVS stores near our house.) Locate the Dr. Scholl’s kiosk in the store. When you step into the kiosk and follow the simple directions, more than 2,000 sensors apply special Footmapping® Technology to identify the areas in which you apply the most pressure, as well as your arch type. Then they recommend the Custom Fit Orthotic Insert that should work best for your feet. Amazing!

My husband was the product tester for this campaign, and he said it was very easy to follow the directions at the kiosk and acquire his unique measurements. The machine recommended a pair of CF230 inserts, which was available for purchase right at the kiosk. Mike has worn his inserts for over two weeks now, and he has definitely felt a difference in how his feet feel. They’re no longer sore at the end of the day, and his shoes are more comfortable to walk in. The inserts fit most shoes, so he can swap them out when he’s wearing his workout shoes, his golf shoes, etc. The inserts are placed in the heel of the shoe and run about ¾ of the length of the foot. Mike was accustomed to using a full-shoe insert in the past, but it took him very little time to adjust to the shorter insert. Best of all, it was much more comfortable and effective than the previous one.

If you’re on your feet all day (and most of us are), I suggest you check out Dr. Scholl’s Custom Fit Orthotic Inserts! More than a million people have used them, and 95% of them were satisfied. Visit www.footmapping.com to find a Dr. Scholl’s Custom Fit Orthotic Center near you and learn more about this amazing Footmapping Technology!

REBATE OFFER: Click here to receive a $7.50 rebate on the purchase of Dr. Scholl’s Custom Fit Orthotic Inserts!

GIVEAWAY

One lucky winner will receive a free pair of Dr. Scholl’s Custom Fit Orthotic Inserts (a $50 value)! (Note that you must be able to visit a Dr. Scholl’s Custom Fit Orthotic Center if you win. Go to www.footmapping.com to be sure there’s a location in your area.) To enter, leave a comment sharing something you learned on their website! You must do this to enter the giveaway.

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CONTEST CLOSED. Congratulations to the winner, kalea_kane!



DISCLOSURE: I wrote this review while participating in a blog tour campaign by Mom Central Consulting on behalf of Dr. Scholl’s and received a Custom Fit Orthotics from Dr. Scholl’s to facilitate my review.

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  18. Anonymous7:53 PM

    There are several kiosks at Walmart's in my area. It is neat how they use sensors to determine how much pressure each part of the foot presses down. Angela - couponinggibsongal at gmail dot com

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  19. wow i guess i need to pay attention there are alot of them in my area and a great coupon online too mrs.mommyyatgmail

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  20. I learned the nearest locations in my area
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  21. I learned that the Metatarsus is the part of the foot between the ankle and the toes and that the five bones in this section of the foot are called the metatarsals.

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  22. I have seen these and really wanted to give them a try! At their website I learned that each layer of the orthotic works to provide your feet with a different benefit.
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  35. The custom fit orthotic center uses 2000 (seriously) pressure sensors to map out YOUR foot. This will analyze your pressure points, archtype and foot length. Seriously stunned on the 2000 sensors.

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  53. I learned that there are 28 places nearby where I can find kiosks...I also learned about the foot mapping technolgy and how it works...cool

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  63. I learned there is a kiosk right in my local Walmart. Thanks for the chance.

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  71. Anonymous2:02 PM

    I learned that they'll be custom fit to my feet, cushion my heel, cradle my arch, and stay in place inside my shoe! How cool! There are kiosks everywhere around here, maybe I'll get to use one and see how messed up my stance is... Thanks!
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  80. Teresa9:15 PM

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  86. I learned that the 3 layers of the inserts each have different purposes. the top layer adds comfort and durability. the middle layer offers comfort based on your foot pressure. the bottom layer adds arch support

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  90. Inserts use sophisticated science and designed for your unique foot type

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  91. There is a store that sells them 2 miles from my home and they will help my sons foot disorder
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  100. I learned that the arch is the key to foot support. slbastin@gmail.com

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  107. Anonymous1:22 PM

    learned that there are multiple layers designed for comfort and cushion.
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  111. The footmap analysis highlights your specific pressure points within seconds! I've been begging hubby to get himself some of these. Hoping I win so he has no excuse. :D trinitygsd at yahoo do tocm

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  112. I learned that these are special for each person and it can tell you where you put pressure on your feet and arches

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  121. Wow, there are more than 2,000 pressure point sensors. That's pretty impressive.

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  149. I learned that the Metatarsus is the part of the foot between the ankle and the toes and that the five bones in this section of the foot are called the metatarsals.

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