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Why do foot massages feel so good?

Human feet are complex structures. Did you that 25% of your bones are located in the feet? In fact, there are 33 joints, 26 bones, and more than 100 muscles, ligaments, and tendons, 250,000 sweat glands, and...
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How much epsom salt in foot bath?

What is Epsom Salt? Deriving its name from the English town of Epsom in the county Surrey, Epsom salt is the common name for the chemical compound magnesium sulphate. It is made up of sulphur, oxygen and...

Dr. Scholl’s Foot Spa Review

Best bits:  I found the bubbles to be extremely relaxing Vibration function relieves tension Definitely a bargain! Worst bits: The heater is quite ineffective It's quite flimsy I'd like...

Homedics Foot Spa Review

Right then. Most of you have probably heard of Homedics; if you haven't they specialize in manufacturing relaxation and wellness products.Knowing this, it doesn't take a giant leap of faith to assume their...
Best foot spas

Guide to Finding the Best At Home Foot Spa

We all know how hectic modern life can be. With stress running rife, after a long, busy day, you should never forget how important it is to unwind. In a perfect world, I'd enjoy a quick trip to the spa every...

FootSmart Foot and Leg Spa Review

Best bits: Super deep -- easily submerge your ankles and calf Most effective heating element of all foot spas Unique concept at a fantastic price Worst bits: Not to everyone's tastes Rollers...

Brookstone Heated Aqua-Jet Foot Spa Review

Best bits: Impressive heating Powerful massaging water jets among the best we've seen Solid construction means this foot spa will last a long time Worst bits: You can't mix in your own salts It...

Hot Spa Ultimate Foot Bath Review

Best bits: Effective heater keeps the water hot Lots of settings and unique features Mix in your favorite soaps Worst bits: Would love it to be two inches deeper Heaters won't heat water from...