Many people’s job has them on their feet all day. Most days finish with soreness and pain. Bad shoes and footwear can really take their toll. The usual culpritsof blisters, bunions and a host of foot problems move in. Your feet towthe load of all the stress of your weight throughout the day.
The foot undergoes a lot of stress in our day to day life and hence needs special attention and care
And when your feet are in pain, your whole body can be in ache. Not ideal wellness. But with some rest and a nice hot foot bath you can melt away this discomfort in no time. Lets dig in and discover the best foot spa!
Soothing Massage, bubbles, and smart heat for spa oasis
Removable pumice stone softens heels
Rolling massager renews and revives tired feet
SMART Heat system keeps water warm for soothing relief (fill unit with warm water)
Increases circulation, relieves tight muscles and relaxes tired feet
Rotating jets with two adjustable speeds create a personalized massage
Quickly heats water up to 115 degrees and maintains temperature, eliminating the need to add hot water
2-in-1 massage for a relaxing spa experience: soothing bubble massage and rejuvenating water jets
Spinning pedicure center with three attachments: pumice stone, cleansing brush and massage roller
Raised nodes for gentle foot massage
Convenient toe-touch control
Integrated splash guard helps prevent splashing and spills
Great for Pedicures, or daily foot baths to help smooth rough, tired feet to make them looking and feeling great.
You can add soaking salts and use foot cream to enhance and improve your foot bath experience
Benefits of a Foot Bath
A massaging foot bath aka foot spa, have become very popular for those with foot ailments. These foot spas have jets of water that easily but forcefully massage the feet; This in turn increases the circulation and relieves tension and stress.
Just like hot tubs that allow you to immerse your entire body in the warm water, allowing the jets to massage your lower back and feet at the same time. The jetted foot spa works the same way, but focus on just the feet.
Relax and Enjoyment
A big benefit to a foot spa is the relaxation of the feet and ankles.
The heated water stimulates the feet while the vibrations relaxes the muscles, tendons and ligaments of the feet.
Hurting feet can feel terrible and bothersome to say the least.
The soothing warm water soothes the soreness when the feet become relaxed.
Soaking the feet in a hot foot spa loaded with Epsom salt can be therapeutic.
Disease like arthritis compromises the joints in the feet and toes. Walking can make the feet to swell and ache which makes the feet feel burning hot on the bottom. A foot bath relaxes the pain, after which rest and elevation can reduce the swelling.
How to Care for Your Feet
You do not haveto have expensive spa treatments to take good care of your feet. You can spend as little as a few minutes each day on taking care of your feet.
1.) Wash your feetwith a wash cloth with gentle care and daily. This will bending over in the shower to lather them up.
You can use a long handled shower brush which is great or just sit on a chair outside the tub as you wash your feet below the faucets.
Make sure to dry feet fully, including between the toes.
The process of wash and dry is that reduce problems with things like athlete’s foot, odor, bacteria and fungus. 2.) Soak your feet.
Don’t use Epsom salt. The salt are too drying and do not offer any medical advantage.
Instead use warm water and some liquid soap, such as dish-washing solution, that contain skin softeners. 3.) Moisturize your feet after washing them.
During the winter when the skin is at its driest, you may prefer to moisturize them several times a each day. Nothing special is needed. Just the basic lotions and creams will be good.