Scholl Party Feet Ultra Slim Reviews
Product Type: Scholl Leg & Foot Care
Description:Brand: Scholl / Type: Foot Care / Suitable for: Foot / Scholl Party Feet Ultra Slim Gel Cushions provide invisible cushioning to help prevent the burning pain in the ball of your feet and provide excellent cushions
Newest Review: ... shops like Boots and Superdrug. I decided to buy the ultra thin version of this product as I didn't want to feel as though I ... more
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by - written on 17/07/11, updated on 18/07/11 (Very useful, 243 readings)
I used to wear high heels most of the time but now, for some reason, they absolutely kill me. I have no idea what has changed over the years but I simply cannot wear heels for hours anymore like I used to. The problem is that I still love wearing my beautiful shoes and I have spent a fair bit of money on them over time so I decided to try and find a solution to the pain. From working in a shoe shop a while back, I knew my first port of call was going to be Scholl. I bought my PartyFeet Ultra Slim Invisible Gel Cushions from Tesco for around £3.50 which I thought was a reasonable price as I had seen them elsewhere for nearly £5. I wouldn't have even minded ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/10/09, updated on 20/10/09 (Very useful, 288 readings)
I love my high heels and I would happily strut about in the highest pair I own every day if it wasn't for the awful burning pain in the balls of my feet that wearing heels creates. If you have ever worn a pair of heels for longer than an hour or so then you know how much the burn hurts. You are torn between the desire to look good and the excruciating pain that throbs through your feet. Now I usually try and stay in my heels for as long as possible but after five hours of drunken dancing and stumbling the shoes eventually come off if I don't have my Party Feet placed in my high heels. Party Feet are ultra thin, clear gel pads that you place in your shoe ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/07/09 (Very useful, 226 readings)
I wear high heels, almost religiously, I wear them everywhere, shopping, art galleries, seeing friends and when I go out for a night out with the girls. I do have a favourite pair of heels, my pink, glittery pair which were on sale at Faith, so I though I just have to have them! So I brought them, and I wore them on a night out with the girls, trying tot make them jealous with my new shoes. Oh, they were soo jealous, but after about an hour of dancing and hanging out, my feet were killing me. I had that horrible burning pain in the sole of my feet, and it become very painful to walk, and dance, my night was being spoilt. So my usual coping method is to take off my heels, Read the complete review
by - written on 01/03/09 (Very useful, 315 readings)
You may have seen these, in Boots, your local Supermarket, even fashion chains like River Island or Topshop. They are basicly an updated shoe insole...with a difference. Party feet are sold in pretty purple packets with a cartoon/sketched heeled shoe on the front, because this is what they are for- uncomfortable to awkward shoes. The price for them varies from £2.99 on Amazon to £9.50 in some shoe menders, Average normal price in Boots at the moment is £4.79, so shop around- your likely to find it on offer somewhere around summer time. On opening the pack, you can see the inserts are ball-of-your-foot shaped- they do not cover the whole of your ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/07/10 (Very useful, 95 readings)
These are the best ever, i thought that the original party feet were amazing, but these are even more amazing. I always have a pair of these either in my bag or already in my shoes because i don't know about you but i love high heels but they kill my feet like mad. These offer a soothing cushion feeling to the balls of your feet, its like putting your sore feet and standing on marshmellows. Heaven. I found with the original party feet that it sometimes made my shoes feel a little tighter which can be good if you have a loose pair of shoes, however proved not to be to great once you have been dancing or walking for hours as your feet get warm swell ... Read the complete review
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