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Cinnamon Soles Stop Foot Odour and Fix Shoe Odour Fast. All Natural Insoles are 100% Cotton and Pure High Grade Cinnamon Powder.
Insole layers keep feet dry and odour free. No more nasty chemicals, sprays or cheap synthetic insoles.
No Socks, No Worries, perfect for boater shoes, work shoes, gym shoes, athletic shoes ….. all your shoes.
Contoured shape gently massages feet, promotes circulation and stimulates reflexology points.
No more worries about taking your shoes off at home, at work, at the gym, on planes or visiting friends.
Your Partner will thank you for wearing Cinnamon Soles. Nike US shoe sizing for men and women.
FREE DELIVERY. 100% Satisfaction Guarantee. Last up to 3 months. Recommended for all your shoes. Anti Fungal & Anti Bacterial. Fit to Size
OUR TIP OF THE DAY : Have at least two pairs of work shoes and rotate them every day. Moisture is removed as shoes air, reducing odour causing bacteria.

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  • +5 votes

    Cinnamon insoles. Buy donuts instead. These insoles taste disgusting. I had to learn the hard way.

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    Do they still taste like cinnamon after a month though?

  • +2 votes

    promotes circulation and stimulates reflexology points.

    Urgh. No.

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      Promotes them to be taken off and exercise gag reflex

      • -2 votes

        Thanks for your interest and comments. More research is still needed on reflexology but the summary below suggests some of the possible benefits. Cinnamon Soles have a raised contoured surface, rhomboid in shape, designed to gently stimulate the sole of the foot. Essential cinnamon oil from pure high grade cinnamon powder is absorbed into the pores of the feet providing mild stimulation and promoting circulation. The potential benefits of this type of insole go way beyond foot and shoe odour, but it's a bit too much to absorb in a simple product description. Hope this is of help and interest to you.

        One large review by Kunz and Kunz (2008) summarized 168 research studies and abstracts from journals and meetings from around the world. Based on the studies they reviewed, Kunz and Kunz concluded that reflexology may:
        ✔  Impact specific organs
        For example, fMRI readings demonstrated an increase in blood flow to kidneys and to the intestines.
        ✔  Improve symptoms
        In particular, positive changes were noted in kidney functioning with kidney dialysis patients.
        ✔  Induce relaxation
        Though EEG measurements of alpha and theta waves, researchers saw that blood pressure was decreased, and anxiety was lowered.
        ✔  Reduce pain
        Twenty-seven studies demonstrated a positive outcome for reduction in pain; e.g., AIDS, chest pain, peripheral neuropathy of diabetes mellitus, kidney stones, and osteoarthritis.

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          No need for the pseudo science and the “may” statements.

          From a systematic review (high level of evidence):

          Conclusion. There is no evidence for any specific effect of reflexology in any conditions, with the exception of urinary symptoms associated with multiple sclerosis. Routine provision of reflexology is therefore not recommended.

          https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1111/j.1365-2648....

          Another systematic review of RCTs:

          Conclusion: The best evidence available to date does not demonstrate convincingly that reflexology is an effective treatment for any medical condition.

          https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.5694/j.1326-5377....

          Btw if you are going post info that doesn’t belong to you, you should reference it or it’s plagiarism. You clearly cut and pasted from here: https://www.takingcharge.csh.umn.edu/explore-healing-practic...

          • -1 vote

            @gamemaster: Good to meet another member of the pseudo science club. Wiley online library seems the go-to medical authority. Must have missed this quote form old Wiley "Anecdotal evidence has shown potential benefits of reflexology in a variety of health conditions". Always good to get a balanced view. Might even substitute "The best evidence available to date does not demonstrate convincingly" for may or may not. Recalling a recent post "Sometimes haters just don't understand that sharing can just be caring".

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              @Cinnamon Insoles: If you think systematic reviews and randomised control trials are pseudo science then you are embarrassing yourself. Wiley Online Library is not a journal, it’s database that has published journals.

              Anecdotal evidence is disregarded in medicine, it’s even lower than case reports in the hierarchy of evidence. If you bother to find out what anecdotal evidence means you will find out it’s pretty much a person subjective opinion. It’s not based on any science or objective measurement to determine the efficacy.

              If you make a claim then the onus if for you to prove it not for me to disprove it. If you wish to continue asserting reflexology has health benefits then I will neg this deal for being misleading and deceptive.

              • -1 vote

                @gamemaster: Oh no, not that, not the NEG! and from the David Brent of OzBargain, a life devoted to scouring inane posts, keeping us safe from Burger Sauce Bandits, Tooth Brush Terrorists and now, wait for it, a neg "if you assert reflexology has health benefits". Hang on, who's going to warn the 1.5 billion Chinese and their ancestors back before 2000 BC, that they're going to get NEGED. Still, if not OzBargain's David Brent, who else could bully the Chinese into abandoning almost 5,000 years of "misleading and deceptive" reflexology practice. Yowsers!

              • -1 vote

                @gamemaster: Chùmùjīngxīn - Ohhh Noooo …. she's dropped the Neg Bomb. The Gamemistress has had a blow-up. Got to be a case of miss-asserting identity. Was it the outing as OzBargains David Brent or the backlash from the 1.5 billion Chinese, stripped of their healing heritage.

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                  @Cinnamon Insoles: If you wish to continue to insult me I’ll continue to neg vote any of your future deals as there are major issues with the seller and with product claims. You really need to appraise how you do business because attacking people is a poor business strategy. It reflects poorly on both yourself and Cinnamon Insoles.

                  • -1 vote

                    @gamemaster: Oh No … not the double Neg Bomb Threat. When the Tooth Brush and BBQ Sauce Bandit says there are "major issues" … phew, man the barricades. Still, "To conquer others requires force; to conquer oneself requires enlightenment" - Lao Tzu
                    Business Strategy, now that's a strength, must come from hours spent pouring over discounted toilet tissue and drain cleaner, sweating on the next post. Something to consider "If you do not change direction, you may end up where you are heading." Lao Tzu
                    Now that's a scary prospect.

    • -1 vote

      Thanks for your interest and comments. More research is still needed on reflexology but the summary below suggests some of the possible benefits. Cinnamon Soles have a raised contoured surface, rhomboid in shape, designed to gently stimulate the sole of the foot. Essential cinnamon oil from pure high grade cinnamon powder is absorbed into the pores of the feet providing mild stimulation and promoting circulation. The potential benefits of this type of insole go way beyond foot and shoe odour, but it's a bit too much to absorb in a simple product description. Hope this is of help and interest to you.

      One large review by Kunz and Kunz (2008) summarized 168 research studies and abstracts from journals and meetings from around the world. Based on the studies they reviewed, Kunz and Kunz concluded that reflexology may:
      ✔  Impact specific organs
      For example, fMRI readings demonstrated an increase in blood flow to kidneys and to the intestines.
      ✔  Improve symptoms
      In particular, positive changes were noted in kidney functioning with kidney dialysis patients.
      ✔  Induce relaxation
      Though EEG measurements of alpha and theta waves, researchers saw that blood pressure was decreased, and anxiety was lowered.
      ✔  Reduce pain
      Twenty-seven studies demonstrated a positive outcome for reduction in pain; e.g., AIDS, chest pain, peripheral neuropathy of diabetes mellitus, kidney stones, and osteoarthritis.

  • +3 votes

    Washing your feet every day helps prevent foot odour as well.

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      Many thanks for the contribution. Yes washing feet daily will help. It's also good to add the following:
      - Dry your feet well, especially between the toes (moisture is the root cause of bacteria growth and odour)
      - Remove dead skin from your feet. An inexpensive abrasive tool like an emery board will work (dry dead skin holds moisture)
      - Try to rotate your shoes daily, leaving one pair to air and dry out over night
      - Cinnamon Soles will absorb moisture and wick it away from feet (have a look at the layer diagram on the web site). The essential oil from the cinnamon powder will help kill bacteria and fungus, also leaving a mild cinnamon aroma.
      Hope this is of help.

  • +2 votes

    You know what's a good idea? Linking to your website or where to buy them instead of a picture with no information. Or even putting a link in the description.

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      And while I'm at it, you can't spell odour.

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        Many thanks for your comments and contribution. There should be a link to our website with information but will double check.
        And yes you are correct, the English (English) spelling is odour. Because we are also shipping to the US we elected to test the US English spelling which is odor. This because there are 10 times as many searches using the US spelling (even the OzBargain spell checker uses the US Spelling). Hope you will forgive us, and thanks again.

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    Pro Tip - remove the wording between the [[]] from templated Shopify privacy policies ;)

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