Tsue ~ That's What She Said: Are You Gelling? Dr. Scholl's Coupon Rafflecopter Giveaway

Saturday, September 10, 2011

Are You Gelling? Dr. Scholl's Coupon Rafflecopter Giveaway

Whether you are running after your toddlers or traveling and on your feet most of the day for the day job like me, we women put our feet through a workout!

Shopping or exercising,
looking fabulous in your favorite heels,
or trekking the kids around at the zoo...

when your feet are done, you are done!

Recently, as a Buzz Agent, I was given an opportunity to test a pair of Dr. Scholl's Massaging Gel Insoles. Thank you, Dr. Scholl's!!

Cushy and supportive, these inserts were fantastic, like a spa for my feet!
Typically, by the end of my work day, I was lurching in the house like an old woman, whimpering for a foot massage. After using the massaging gel insoles for several weeks, my feet are still gelling and my inserts are yet cushy!

I will say, that with the workout my travels are giving them, one set does not last forever and I'm due for a new pair soon. While they are designed to grip the inside of one's shoe, after several weeks in my Eastland leather walkers, they are developing some wrinkles that don't want to unwrinkle any more.



After exploring the Dr. Scholl's site, I was excited to discover that Dr. Scholl's offers a full line of supportive choices, especially designed to keep women's feet happy when we are going glam - Dr.Scholl's For Her!
You'll find inserts for use with heels, open toed shoes and even special gel inserts for the ball of your foot!

See the full line of glam foot products at the Dr. Scholl's For Her Facebook Page!


If you need some gelling support in your step, save money when you try Dr. Scholl's!
There are links on both the Dr.Scholl's website and the Dr. Scholl's For Her Facebook page so you can print out $2.00 off coupons!

As a Buzz Agent, I received a great quantity of Dr. Scholl's $5.00 coupons that I would love to share with my readers! Now while the $5.00 coupons will not cover the full price of a set of Massaging Gel Insoles, the regular price at Target is $9.49. You coupon savvy folks might be able to work some magic by combining them with the Dr. Scholl's site coupons or by watching for sales and discounts.

Unfortunately, I don't have enough coupons for all of my readers, so I am offering them to you via my first rafflecopter giveaway.

Congratulations to Lori Hart, entry #39, who is our Grand Prize Winner, as well as to all of our other Runner Up Winners:
Chelsea entry 21
Sarah entry 52
Nicole entry 26
Winner At Life entry 33
Debbie entry 2
Valerie entry 40
Laura entry 47
Shana entry 7
Debra entry 44
Denise entry 15


On behalf of That's What She Said, thank you to all for following and participating! I appreciate you!

I was given the opportunity to explore Dr. Scholl's Massaging Gel Insoles and received the coupons as a Buzz Agent. The opinions above are both honest and my own. That's What She Said is responsible for shipping prizes to winners, but is not responsible for mail lost by USPS.

15 comments:

debbie said...

I have pretty bad arthitis, so they would help my feet not be so sore.

purplelover04 said...

i have feet pain sometime and i would love to have this

purple_lover_04 at msn dot com

shana said...

2 years ago, I had an ankle injury & ended up with 4 stress fracture breaks in my right foot & later broke my left foot. I need comfort!

jcwega27 said...

I walk alot at work
jessicawedwards@gmail.com

Denise G said...

as I get older my feet aren't what they use to be

ontariohappychick at gmail dot com

bmom76 said...

I would love to try them. I have to wear dress shoes to work and by the time I get home my feet hurt!
chelsea

coliebear said...

I need gelling support because I am on my feet all day chasing my kids.
lenz.nicole(at)gmail(dot)com

Miss Kristen said...

I need the foot support because I run around all day!
blue65829 at aol dot com

WinneratLife said...

I'm a runner, so my feet hurt A LOT. I've often thought gel insoles would help with this - even wearing them when I'm NOT running - so this would be may chance to give them a try.

WinneratLife said...

I know a lot of people don't like rafflecopter, but I love it. It makes entering giveaways quick and easy, which puts the focus on the product being reviewed and not on trying to figure out how to complete every entry.

Lori Hart said...

I need this with my future ankle surgery. anything to help my feet would be wonderful

rugerpuppies at hotmail dot com

dfraley3 said...

My feet hurt a lot and I'm standing up at work so I really could use these!
crochet4hats[at]gmail[dot]com

laurasloves said...

A nurse is on her feet all day and if you are lucky they still keeping going. These would be the perfect support!
laura dot hopelessromantic dot emerson at gmail dot com

laurasloves said...

I love Rafflecopter. It helps you to keep all of your entries straight and really gives you a chance to see the what the sponsors are all about. I have to admit that I only enter blogs now that have Rafflecopter.
laura dot hopelessromantic dot emerson at gmail dot com

slehan said...

I need it for my bad feet.
Thanks.

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