Do Dr. Scholl's/Insoles prevent proper breaking in of leather shoes?

As the title asks…do Dr. scholls or insoles in new leather shoes hinder the ability to break in shoes and get a form fit to your foot? Or does it just prolong it or make no difference whatsoever. I just got some new Sperry’s and have heard if you don’t break them in the correct way you can get blisters and stuff. I figured just put in some insoles and stuff so that I can somewhat bend the rules and wear them for longer periods of time instead of the short intervals required to break in shoes.

Thanks as always.