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Sore Feet No More! {and #Coupon offer!}

My tootsies get real sore anymore if I wear high heels of any sort.  Unfortunately, some of my favorite shoes have heels.  And while I am going to guess that almost everyone reading this post has heard of Dr. Scholl's inserts, you may not have heard of Dr. Scholl's® For Her High Heel Insoles.  

 
My favorite pair of dress boots are burgundy and I think they're sassy and they kill the balls of my feet if I wear them for any more than two hours at a time.  Although I had heard about the For Her insoles, I had never tried them so when given the opportunity to try them out I was excited.  The inserts are gel and slightly sticky so they stay where you put them and give an extra cushion under your feet.  Although I can't say I could walk all day in heels with the Dr. Scholl's insoles, it certainly makes wearing heels a little more comfy on my feet.

We have some $4.00 off coupons that we'd love to share with you.  The Dr. Scholl's For Her High Heel Insoles retail for around $8.00 so you can try them yourself for around half off!  Or, watch for a sale for an even better deal.  If you'd like a coupon, we'll mail one to the first ten people to email their name and mailing address to artsychaos {at} yahoo.com (please put Dr. Scholl's coupon in the subject line).

I received a product sample, coupon, collateral or other special premium from BzzAgent which was used in writing this post.

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