Can I return Dr Scholls to Walmart?
Returns & Exchanges We can only accept returns for products purchased at DrScholls.com. If you purchased your Dr Scholl’s products from one of our authorized retailers like Walmart, Target, CVS, Walgreens, Publix or Amazon.com please return the items to that retailer, in accordance with their return policy.
How long do Dr Scholl’s Custom Fit orthotics last?
Custom Fit® Orthotics are made with highly durable materials. Under normal use, we expect the Orthotics to last from 6 months to a year. If you use the inserts frequently, we recommend replacing them every six months or at the first signs of wear.
How often should you replace Dr Scholls inserts?
Scholl’s® insoles and orthotics are designed to last six (6) months with regular use. They should be replaced within this timeframe or at the first signs of wear.
Do Dr Scholls replace insoles?
Yes, you take out the original insoles that come with your shoe and replace them with the new ones in order to still have the right fit.
Does CVS accept returns?
CVS accepts returns of most non-prescription, new, and unopened items at any CVS pharmacy store or via mail within 60 days of purchase or delivery as of 2022. However, CVS Pharmacy brand and beauty items can be returned even if these are opened. Returns without a receipt are refunded via store credit.
Does Doctor Scholl’s work?
Dr. Schneider says, “These insoles are certainly better and more supportive than their general off-the-shelf insoles, but not nearly as supportive as a custom device. It is not as reliable as a custom orthotic made from a mold of the foot by a podiatrist.”
How do I know if my insoles are worn out?
4 Ways to Know When to Replace Your Insoles
- They’re damaged. It’s easy to see if your insoles are damaged.
- They’ve lost their color. If the color of your insoles have faded, it’s a good indication that you’re due for a new pair.
- They smell.
- They’ve become flat like a French pancake.
Do you remove insoles when using Dr Scholl orthotics?
Take out the shoes existing insoles before inserting custom orthotics. If you don’t remove the original insoles, custom insoles will not sit properly and securely. If your insoles are not full length they can be placed on top of the shoe’s existing footbed.
Should I remove my old insoles before putting in new?
Can I return prescription drugs for refund?
Prescription drugs are not entitled to returns or refunds. There is no place for buyer’s remorse in the sale of a prescription drug.