Directions: Peel shields off protective film. Apply, placing sticky side to shoe as required. Place in your shoe at the back of your heel.Features
Designed to cushion feet and prevent rubbing
Suitable for use with all closed-back shoes
Shaped to fit squarely into heel
Ultra-slim, discreet and easy-to-use
Can also be used to cushion the inside top of a mule
Protect heels from shoes slipping & rubbing
Ideal for closed-back shoes
Place in your shoe at the back of your heel
School Party Feet Gel.
Heel Shields help stop shoes slipping. They also provide invisible gel cushioning to help prevent shoes rubbing and cutting in causing sore heels.
Clear gel, ultra slim and discreet
Shields stay firmly in place for long lasting cushioning & protection
Specially shaped for a comfortable fit around heel
Can also be used to cushion the inside top of a mule.
1 x Pair of Heel ShieldsProduct Marketing
Scholl Party Feet Invisible Gel Heel Shields adhere to your closed-back shoes and keep your feet firmly in place, preventing irritation caused by slipping and rubbing. These shields are specially shaped to fit around the heel and because of their ultra slim, discreet design you can wear them with all your favourite shoes, even stilettos or the inside top of mules. The gel layering grips your foot for added comfort and cushioning. No longer do you need to worry about those pesky shoes that look so good but feel so bad.
Getting the comfort you deserve couldn't be easier: peel the protective film away from shield to reveal the adhesive layer. Apply by pressing firmly against the heel, making sure to smooth out wrinkles. Discontinue use if you experience any adverse reactions.Safety Warning
Caution: Discontinue use if you experience an adverse reaction.
Keep away from children.
Scholl and diabetes
Please seek advice before use if you have diabetes as your food condition may require treatment by a healthcare professional.
Please Note: Whilst we (Doorstep Pharmacy) make every effort to ensure that all information is up to date, the information shown on this page should not replace the advice of a medical professional, and you should always refer to the patient information leaflet before taking any medication.