Scholl Foot Saviours

 Just like most of the population, my feet are definitely the most neglected part of my body. I rarely find time to give them a pamper, buy nice shoes that are actually ‘beneficial’ or even spend more than the bare minimal on them. Although, I know what I should be doing, but it’s still a struggle to actually use products and look after them a bit more. Every now and again I’ll hear the bottom of my foot tear open my bed sheets (slight hyperbole) and it gives me that little kick to start looking after them again. Of course, I want to keep it as stress free as possible, that’s why anything easy to use with multiple benefits is definitely what I need in my life. Scholl are one of the leading brands in foot care, and to this date they haven’t got a single product wrong in my eyes. Recently, I was contacted by them to try out a couple of their products. It just so happened that a couple days later I was off to St Legers Race Day and I thought it would be the perfect place to test the cushion out. I have tried the Scholl Party Feet Ultra Slim Cushions* before and loved how they took away the burning sensation and calmed my feet by cushioning the impact when walking.
They work by sticking to the sole of your shoe, meaning that they’ll stay in place all night, and softening your shoes. I also got to try something a little new to me, the Scholl Party Feet Invisible Gel Heel Cushions*. These work in the exact same way to reduce impact, but at the same time they protect your feet from rubbing and friction which often causes the burning sensation in shoes. Unfortunately, the shoes I had on for St Legers were beyond help, but I’ve had them on since and they definitely make my shoes feel more comfortable. An essential for anyone who suffers with aching feet.
Probably my favourite new foot care product has to be this Scholl Velvet Smooth Intense Serum*, which is absolutely heavenly. It contains Green Cavier, Pentavitin and Hyaluronic Acid which means all the ingredients penetrate the skin and moisturise from deep within. Meaning it helps even the driest of feet. I can definitely tell the difference when I use this and when I don’t, it’s a very lightweight serum that sinks in almost immediately and leaves your feet feeling amazing. You can use this as part of a routine (if you have time!) or just on its own like I do!
Have you tried Scholl Before?