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Wednesday, July 31st, 2013

Inflattable Foot Spa

Our feet are most likely the abused part of the body, and are less taken care of. Majority of us does not give that much attention to our feet compare to other parts of our body. Reason behind that is that we always think we can always wear shoes to cover them up, right? But mind you, having healthy feet promotes healthy lifestyle and of course, a healthy hygiene and a well rounded well-being.

There is nothing better giving ourselves a treat, time to relax and give our feet the utmost care they deserve. Besides, they carry our weight as we carry our daily tasks. They also deserve to be pampered once in a while.

Soak your feet in lukewarm water for at least 15 minutes. This is the time where you can just sit back and relax. You can use a basin just enough your feet can fit into. While your feet is soaked in water, you can read magazines and newspapers or even watch TV while for the time being. It’s like giving your sweet tooth a treat once in a while.

All you need for a foot spa is a container that’s long enough to fit the length of your foot, wide enough for both feet and deep enough to hold sufficient water to cover your feet.  Of course, if you’re going for the expensive luxurious spa treatment you’ll also want relaxing music playing in the background, dim lights or candles, along with scented soaps, oils and minerals that provide the benefits of aromatherapy as well.

If you don’t already have a tub that’s just the right size, consider looking into an inflatable foot spa that’s just the right size to pamper your tired and sore feet and is also portable so you can even take it with you when you’re traveling.  After all, after a long day on your feet sightseeing, or worse standing on a hard concrete floor working a trade show, being able to plunge your tired feet into a warm bath filled with your favorite scented bubbles or minerals will be a great way to relax and reflect upon your day.

 To complete the feet pampering experience, after your feet have soaked for a while and the water begins to cool, dry them with a warm soft towel and massage them to improve circulation.  If you’re going all out and doing a pedicure as well, trim and shape your nails, push back the cuticles, and apply your favorite polish. When you’re done with your pedicure and foot spa your feet will feel like new.