Dr. Scholls Active Series Review

Hey Loveys!

Influenster was nice enough to invite me to review the Dr. Scholls Active Series Voxbox. It specializes in the triple zone protection.

Ball of the Foot: there’s a thick ball of foot that distributes pressure throughout the push-off

Arch: A unique design improves transition of weight from landing to push-off

and the

Heel: heal pad absorbs impact yet is very responsive.

*SweatMAX technology helps eliminate odor.

According to the package, it says: During athletic activity, the foot is subject to the shock from impact of 2-3 times your body weigh with ever step. Active Series insoles reduce shock by 40% and, for those with Shin Splints (very very painful), Runner’s Knee and Plantar Fasciitis, helps relieve and prevent the pain.

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1. Pull out the insole that came in your shoe (thats very very hard to do)

2. Place it on top of Active Series insoles with the heels lined up and both topcloths facing up

3. Trim the toe area along the line.  (I didn’t need to do that)

and 4. Slip Active Series insole into your shoe with fabric facing up .

This is the finished product:


My Opinion:

I liked these very much. It wasn’t hard to take off the other insoles though. I had to use a knife to take it off. haha Do use knife very carefully. I did feel a very big difference when I used them. Less pressure, especially after walking in them the whole day while I was at Knotts Berry Farm. I would advise anyone who loves to workout or run, should invest in these. And oh you should always replace insoles every 6 months or at the first signs of tear. Now that’s a first for me! I learned something new. haha That I had no idea you were supposed to do that.

**Disclosure: I got received this product complimentary from Influenster**


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