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    Quote Originally Posted by ohmy View Post
    i do get abrasions on my toe-joints when i wear covered shoes. any recommendations of products in the market that may help to prevent that besides wearing stockings?
    Hey ohmy,
    I apply hand moisturiser on my toes. I think applying powder helps too.

    Hey Glossie,
    Yup saw those at Daiso. But the usages are all in Jap. Ha. Cannot understand!

    Cotters,
    I use Bata's shoe insoles. $2.95 for a pair!

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    I recently bought a pair of heel grips from tangs shoe dept for $8. the brand is shoe spa. the grips are made of latex foam, and has a suede like covering, so it's very comfortable. i only bougt 1 pair to try cos it's $8 (kinda pricey to me), but now i want to get more! i put it on a pair of gripz shoes that i bought and now i don't get blisters anymore! :D

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    I just realised a mistake I've made all these while. I've been using the scholl heel liners and this morn I sticked a new pair of pumps with the liners and happened to read the cover. It says "leave for 8hrs before wear". Aiya! I always wear them immediately. No wonder some liners don't stick well.

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    How do I prevent the stripes at the back of the heels from slipping down? I tried to put insoles to prevent my feet from slipping forward but the stripes still fall after 5-10 mins of walking

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    TLC, I've seen anti slip liners meant for shoes with back stripes. Have not tried but I guess they should work. They are available at most supermarkets.

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    how does the heel liner (placed at the back) prevent feet from slipping down?
    eg. http://www.scholl-footcare.com/uk/fo...t&TP=undefined

    i think this one placed in the front should be better?
    eg. http://www.scholl-footcare.com/uk/fo...t&TP=undefined

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    Hi cotters, need your help..

    Whenever i put on heels to walk around for 2-3hrs, the soles of my feets just beneath the toes always blister up and i think it's because of the friction from rubbin against the shoe when i walk at this height. Does anyone know what i can do to solve this problem? Thanks!

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    i tried the scholl brand of heel grips... they say it's leather material, but it's so ROUGH! makes my problem worse than before... i used it for only 1 hr, then i tore it off and threw it away. so useless!

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    Quote Originally Posted by yourstruly View Post
    how does the heel liner (placed at the back) prevent feet from slipping down?
    eg. http://www.scholl-footcare.com/uk/fo...t&TP=undefined

    i think this one placed in the front should be better?
    eg. http://www.scholl-footcare.com/uk/fo...t&TP=undefined
    Are you correcting a pair of shoes that're much too loose? I personally found that the heel liners didn't help very much for this purpose. I would think that half insoles should work better.

    Quote Originally Posted by menvourneen View Post
    Hi cotters, need your help..

    Whenever i put on heels to walk around for 2-3hrs, the soles of my feets just beneath the toes always blister up and i think it's because of the friction from rubbin against the shoe when i walk at this height. Does anyone know what i can do to solve this problem? Thanks!
    Do you wear your shoes snug or a little looser?

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    is fabric ones good or those jelly ones?

    will it move around after sometime?

    i am experiencing similar problems as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Na0miii View Post
    is fabric ones good or those jelly ones?

    will it move around after sometime?

    i am experiencing similar problems as well.
    i tried the jelly ones... its great the answer to all my blister foot problems.. lol i think it is heaven sent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Glossie View Post
    I discovered only recently that Daiso sells lots of shoe solutions. At $2, we can save so much! But can anyone comment on the quality?
    i bought a pair of thin fabric stickers to stick at the back of my covered shoes to prevent blisters forming at the back of my feet. much better than scholl, and they have never slipped off or peel unlike scholl's. definitely worth a try at 2$

    for blisters at toes and bottom of feet, i apply heavy duty moisturizer on the insides of the tighter parts of my shoes (yes, on the shoes), and load tons of cream on my feet. the moisturizer reduces the friction a lot. does not prevent blisters, but definitely keep them away for a good many hours.

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    Thanks vm for your reply, tagless

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    Quote Originally Posted by Na0miii View Post
    is fabric ones good or those jelly ones?

    will it move around after sometime?

    i am experiencing similar problems as well.
    i think the jelly ones are reusable...

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    Quote Originally Posted by evil_live View Post
    Hey ohmy,
    I apply hand moisturiser on my toes. I think applying powder helps too.

    Hey Glossie,
    Yup saw those at Daiso. But the usages are all in Jap. Ha. Cannot understand!

    Cotters,
    I use Bata's shoe insoles. $2.95 for a pair!

    I know Daiso has this massage blood circulation insoles. Very cute! hahaha.

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