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Clear Nails Plus

by Reta Masten (2020-04-28)

There is often a public point of confusion Clear Nails Plus Review between diabetic shoe inserts and orthotics, store-bought arch supports, and simple gel or foam shoe padding. All of them fit inside shoes, and are designed to help the foot in someway. However, there are big differences between these inserts, not only in design and materials but also in function and purpose. This difference is vitally important when it comes to diabetic foot support. We'll start with the two most basic of inserts, and the types most people are familiar with. The shoe pad is simply a thin layer of foam or gel meant to replace the sock liner of a shoe with something more cushioned. The inserts, often advertised on TV with people 'gellin', are inexpensive pads meant to simply increase the perception of comfort within the shoe. They offer little to no support, and simply make the shoe feel more cushioned. In all practicality, these give diabetics no real benefit.