Oh to be weightless, just for one day. I could float along and do my job without that nagging ache that grows with each step. Shoes wouldn't matter, time and weight would go away, I could work and play without pain that is becoming more and more inevitable. Until I get my job in space however, I am going to have to rely on things like the Conair Body Benefit Deluxe Massaging Foot Spa.
Recommend this product?
My wife brought this home the other day and even though I hate to admit it, it may become one of the most important appliances in our house. I mean I feel silly sitting with my feet in a bucket of water, but it just feels so good.
More than a Bucket!
My big feet wouldn't fit in a bucket, or a dishpan anyway. This gizmo is different. It is big enough to handle my size 12's, and it does something buckets and dishpans don't do - IT VIBRATES! It wizzes and whirs and churns and bubbles, and it is wonderful. It also keeps your water warm, it's heated.
The Foot Spa borrows a little bit from the iMac in that it has a translucent blue cover that acts as a splash guard. Fill the tub with hot water, being careful to allow for displacement when your feet go in, and slide in your tootsies. There is a simple four position switch that easily allows you to customize the foot bath. It lets you enjoy vibration, heat & vibration, or heat, vibration and bubbles. There are removable rollers that fit into the bottom of the bath and offer a deep kneading massage as you work your foot back and forth over them. There is also a "Dry Foot Massager" situated out of the water and between your feet. It has three attachments, a hard plastic all purpose massager (pictured), a scrubbing brush, and a buffing stone. They are easily interchanged, and when your foot is placed on top of this massager, it automatically begins to turn until the foot is removed. The electrical cord tucks neatly away for storage, but we don't really like to store ours. It has gotten a lot of use, and held up well so far.
The box has a picture of a pretty blond on the front soaking her feet, and then there is also a picture where she appears to have just finished soaking and is enjoying a moment of deep prayerful thanksgiving for her Conair Body Benefits Deluxe Massaging Foot Spa. I don't think this is overkill on the part of the Conair marketing folks. It really can be a spiritual treat for you and your feet. It is cheaper and easier than going to a spa, you can do it yourself, and you deserve it. It would also make a nice gift.