Dr. Scholl's Women's Massaging Gel Heel Cushions
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Dr. Scholl's Women's Massaging Gel Heel Cushions are outfitted with massaging wave action technology that acts like tiny springs to absorb shock every time you step. They are gently tapered for advanced shoe fit. Dr. Scholls heel pads will not crowd out your foot, rather they ensure an optimal fit.
Dr. Scholl's Women's Massaging Gel Heel Cushions:
- Dr. Scholls heel cushion that fits
- Gently tapered for advanced shoe fit
- Massaging wave action acts like tiny springs to absorb shock
- Ideal for sensitive heels
Warning Text: Keep out of reach of children.
Instructions: Use as directed on package
|Manufacturer Part Number:||MS32261|
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- It's a pair so there's 2.by ItsYady10/11/2014Was this answer helpful? (2) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- Hi, these heel inserts come in a pair.by LuluDownSouth10/11/2014Was this answer helpful? (2) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- This is a pairby FSUSIX10/11/2014Was this answer helpful? (3) (0)Was this answer helpful?
Q. Do these provide any heal raise or are they jusr cushioning. I have one leg shorter, and need a half inch rise.Thanks
- These are not what you need, these are really just for comfort. There are a couple of places I know of that sells the heel or shoe lifts, they are as follows: theinsolestore.com and myliftkits.com both of these sites sell what you need and go by height. Have you considered maybe this would be covered under medical insurance if bought at a local medical supply store. A Podiatrist can give you an RX and it would be a covered medical expense. Hope this helps you.by tlynnfav5/3/2016Was this answer helpful? (2) (1)Was this answer helpful?