Zederna Insoles

Zederna Insoles eliminate unpleasant foot smell, athlete’s foot and nail fungus effectively and simply. Its antibacterial works where foot odor and athlete’s foot develop.Put the thin (1/16 inch) and flexible high-quality cedarwood Zederna Insoles into your shoes. Foot odor disappears immediately and a very pleasant smell of fresh softwood remains. The new formation of athlete’s foot and nail fungus is prevented. Existing athlete’s foot fades away after a few days.

Generally foot odor and athlete’s foot do not come from sweat, which surrounds your feet. It comes from bacteria on the skin, which is decomposed by the sweat. The waste product of this decomposition leaves a very unpleasant smell and is an ideal breeding climate for athlete’s foot and nail fungus.

Zederna Insoles

Zederna Insoles

The Zederna Insole is a 100% natural product from thin cedarwood. The back consists of a stabilizing cotton layer. The sole is flexible and adapts to your foot form after a few steps. It gives you a very comfortable feeling (even if you carry orthopedic inserts). Your feet can take a deep breath nearly as liberating as walking barefoot.

Here’s how Zederna Insoles work:

  • The natural suction force of Zederna cedarwood absorbs the sweat effectively
  • The Zederna Insole and its antibacterial effect work where foot odor and athlete’s foot develop
  • Smell and fungus creating bacteria are eliminated
The Zederna Effect

The Zederna Effect

Here’s my take on the insoles. I wore a pair in my work shoes for months. My old insoles were a regular stock style and I used them because they were already in the shoes. I immediately liked the Zederna Insoles. I felt my feet were cooler and more comfortable. I liked the wood feel – my feet were not stuck to a fabric synthetic insole, but could move around on the cedarwood. Between my commute and work, I had my shoes on for 12 hours straight. The insoles were pleasant. They are perfect to use in your shoes after training.

Because they are thin, I think they could easily be used in running shoes or boots. I would wear them in training, and then, depending on the feel, I’d make the decision to wear then in a race or not.

Zederna Insole Advantages:

  • Foot odor disappears immediately!
  • Athlete’s foot disappears after a few days.
  • The new formation of athlete’s foot is permanently prevented.
  • The treatment of existing nail fungus with conventional methods is accelerated by more than 50%, because of the dry and antibacterial foot climate.
  • The new formation of toenail fungus is permanently prevented.
  • Plug & play: Just insert the insole in your shoes and start. Annoying treatments with gels and powder belongs to the past.
  • Naturopathic treatment: The effect is purely based on natural power. No chemistry.
  • As a result of the polished surface and the flexibility of the Zederna Insole, pleasant feeling arises also when wearing without socks.
  • The Zederna inserts provide a pleasant and dry climate in your shoes. Comparable to walking in a forest: in summer it is relatively cool and in winter it is always warmer.
  • Long durability of the Zederna Insoles.
  • Reliable quality – Made in Germany.
  • Comfortable subscription available.
  • Fast delivery within a few days.
  • More than 9.500 satisfied customers.
  • Money back guarantee, if you are not satisfied with our product.

Disclaimer: I received a pair of Zederna Insoles to try. Beyond that, I have no financial investment in Zederna.

Foot Odor and Wetness

July 19, 2008 by · 1 Comment
Filed under: Footcare, Footwear, Health, Sports, Travel 

odor and wetness are caused by excessive perspiration mixed with bacteria. Our
feet have approximately 250,000 sweat glands and produce as much as a pint of moisture
a day. Good daily hygiene-washing and drying feet carefully-helps eliminate
these discomforts. Apply an anti-odor powder or spray to your feet and in your
shoes. There are three powders I consider the best: Zeasorb, Gold Bond, and
Odor-Eater’s. Bunch up your socks and sprinkle some powder in the toes of the
sock, then shake the socks to distribute the powder.


to open up your shoes too and allow them to air out. A bit of baking soda will
help control odor in the shoes. Remove the insoles, clean them and the inside of
the shoes. If possible, alternate which shoes you wear – giving them time to
dry and air.

Smelly Feet? Here’s a Tip

May 23, 2007 by · 3 Comments
Filed under: Footcare, Footwear, Health, Sports, Travel 

I came home from work the other day and my wife told me about a segment she had seen on Oprah. Oprah occasionally has a doctor on the show – Dr. Oz. I have seen him on the show a few times when my wife has taped a show. Dr. Oz is quite the hit and answers any question from the audience in an easy to understand way.
     In this show, Dr. Oz fielded an embarrassing question. It had to do with stinky feet. As I recall, he seems to get a lot of embarrassing questions. A lady shared her problem. “My feet are super stinky," she Imagessaid. "I’ve tried wearing just open-toed shoes, and I wash my feet all the time in the shower. Nothing works."
     What would you guess? More soap, special soap, creams, powder? No – tea! Dr. Oz suggested a simple home remedy—soaking her feet in tepid iced tea.
     It’s no surprise that so many people’s feet smell. After all, since our feet have so many sweat glands, a quarter million give or take one or two, it is no surprise they generate about a half a liter of sweat per foot in a day. But, lets be straightforward, the sweat on your feet is not the cause of the stink. Sweat is actually sterile. The stink comes from the fungus or bacteria—such as athlete’s foot. The warm environment inside a sock (or nylon), inside a shoe, is a great place for bacteria to start.
     To get rid of the bacteria, make a pot of some mild iced tea and put your feet in it for about 30 minutes a day for a week. Dr. Oz says, "The tannic acid in the tea will actually tan your foot a little bit, which will dry it out," he says. "That’s helpful in reducing the amount of sweat, and the odor as well." This is a good tip that can be done at home as well as on vacation, even during a multiday race.
     In addition to the tea, you can help your feet by wearing absorbent socks – moisture-wicking fabrics are best. If you wear socks at work, change them when you get home. Airing your feet by going barefoot can also help.
     An added note is in order. Ultrarunners have learned that soaking your feet in tea dries out the skin, which is also good at toughening the skin. Many athletes will do this before a big race to help prevent blisters.

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