Designed and proven to reduce footwear discomfort, our LiquiCell Shoe Insoles and Inserts provide all-day comfort that exceeds gel or foam. Like walking on water!
No more tired feet! • So thin yet so effective • Reduces foot friction, hotspot and fatigue • Benefits surpass gel or foam • Test results show blood flow is improved by 150%
What LiquiCell Will Do for You
LiquiCell is medical technology that protects skin tissues from being stretched and torn. Ultra-thin cells contain liquid that’s in constant motion allowing your body to glide and float. What this means to you; is instant comfort, reduction and elimination of numbness, fidgeting, and tail burn.
Anatomy of a Perfect
Most widely available insoles are equipped with either gel or foam, both of which quickly wear down and require frequent replacement.
Our LiquiCell Shoe Insoles hold up better over time thanks to advanced LiquiCell technology, which relieves pressure on the foot and reduces soft tissue damage without circulating back and forth from heel to front like many other gel and liquid insoles. And unlike gel insoles, LiquiCell Shoe Insoles are thin enough that they won’t make your shoes feel tight or hamper circulation.
Medical and scientific evidence proves that while gel, foam and air inserts do provide some relief or discomfort, they do not protect against the harmful effects of friction and shear stress — two of the most influential factors related to foot discomfort addressed by LiquiCell.
Ultra-thin, durable and light-weight, LiquiCell Shoe Insoles are the latest and greatest leap forward in pain relieving footwear.
I AM A PHARMACIST ON MY FEET ALL DAY LONG, TRIED MANY INSOLES AND THESE ARE THE ONLY INSOLES THAT
KEEP ME GOING!
– M. Mangrola
LiquiCell Technology Overview
Using an innovative combination of a low viscosity fluid and strategically placed seal points that control the flow of liquid, LiquiCell reduces discomfort associated with prolonged contact between the body and an object. By equalizing perpendicular pressure at the point of contact (thus reducing pressure), soft tissue compression is greatly reduced thereby significantly reducing skin friction and soft tissue shear stress. Medical and scientific evidence proves that while gels, foams and air do provide some relief of discomfort through perpendicular pressure reduction, they do not protect against the harmful effects of friction and shear stress, two of the most influential factors related to discomfort, pain and trauma (pressure sores).
Each LiquiCell pad is specifically designed and customized to meet the needs of the product application. Thin, light weight and extremely pliable, the pad is comprised of two urethane membranes sealed around a low viscosity liquid. Seal points control the flow of liquid to equalize pressure and provide a cushiony lubrication at the point of contact on the body
Liquicell Frequently Asked Questions
1.Is LiquiCell mercury free?
2. Is LiquiCell FDA registered?
3. Why is LiquiCell so thin?
Too much liquid is counterproductive because it will cause the rise of force with the rise of the imprint of the body (depth of the body) into the cushion (pressure build up). Instead of pressure build up, the liquid in LiquiCell provides a thin layer of fluid on the entire contact surface, that has a friction coefficient of zero (comparable with that of a layer of ice), and thus allowing free movement without introducing shear force at the contact area.
4. How does LiquiCell compare to gel, foam and air?
No other technology addresses soft tissue shear stress like LiquiCell. For relief of discomfort it is imperative that shear forces are reduced to the greatest extent.
5. What is the viscosity of fluid in LiquiCell?
The viscosity is very near 1 (water).
6. Is LiquiCell latex-free?
7. Is LiquiCell bulky?
No. It is a very thin technology that works best when a very small amount of liquid is used. In most cases the LiquiCell membrane weighs significantly less and is dramatically less bulky than competitive forms of padding.
8. Will LiquiCell leak or burst?
LiquiCell has perfected a manufacturing process to the point where LiquiCell membranes are designed and built to withstand very high load pressures; load points that exceed industry standards. Using an independent laboratory, LiquiCell membranes over and over again, throughout the years, have withstood load pressures that are in excess of the various product needs. Under normal usage and operations LiquiCell will not burst or leak unless the outer skin is physically punctured or degraded.
9. Is LiquiCell affected by temperature?
No. LiquiCell tends to ambient temperature, and in fact the viscosity of the fluid changes very little between -40°F and +300°F.
10. Is LiquiCell customizable?
Yes. Most all LiquiCell membranes are designed specific to the product application and need