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Home Health Care Homoiothermy Heating Infrared Foot Bath Massager Spa (220V)


Enjoy soothing massages for your feet. The health care shank foot massager is the ultimate reflexology foot and shank massager. Experience the most exquisite massage ever derived from a machine! Your feet work hard to get you where you need to go. Re...
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  • It contains one touchpad control for the bubbles and heat 2 Bubble strips
  • Roller Massagers in basin revive tired feet, leaving them refreshed and soothed
  • Water empties easily through front opening
  • Motorized Epicenter rotates with the press of a footWaterproof Toe Touch Control easily turns On and Off with one touch of a toe
  • Super quiet - enjoy the bubbles not the noise
  • Soothing heat helps maintain warm water temperature
  • Rated Voltage: A.C 220V
  • Rated Frequency: 50Hz
  • Rated Power: 360W
  • Size: 47 x 41 x 32cm/17.72 x 14.96 x 12.60in(L x W x H); 20cm/7.87in(Deep)


Home Health Care Homoiothermy Heating Infrared Foot Bath Massager Spa (220V)

  • Homoiothermy Heating Infrared Foot Bath Massager Spa

Home Health Care Homoiothermy Heating Infrared Foot Bath Massager Spa (220V)

  • Super quiet enjoy the bubbles not the noise

How to Benefit Most from Massage Therapy:

  • Choosing the right massage therapist is very important. The type of masseuse you choose will depend upon why you are getting a massage. Massage therapists specialize in many areas. The following are just a few: relaxation, sports injuries, car accidents, chronic pain. From there, their specialties may be broken down even further. The experience of many therapists is limited to the back while others may have additional skills within the neck and head regions of the body. Do your homework. Choosing the wrong masseuse will leave you wanting your money back. Ask several massage therapists in your area what their patients primarily come in seeking treatment for
  • Make sure you are warm and relaxed before your massage starts. It isn't uncommon to lay on a massage table 5-10 minutes before your massage starts. This is something people in our fast-paced world may find irritating. However, it is a sign of a good massage therapist. This indicates that your masseuse wants you to get the most out of your massage. If you need to, relax for half an hour, or take a warm bath before going to your appointment. The looser your muscles are, the better your masseuse can target the root causes of your pain or discomfort
  • After your massage, it is tempting to crawl under your bed covers, jump into a warm bath or go hot tubing. Instead, stay away from these heat builders. Put a cold ice pack onto the area your therapist worked out. Make sure the ice pack covers a large enough area
  • Heat causes the blood to stop flowing. Cold gets your blood circulating--allowing your body to flush out the unwanted waste materials your therapist just worked up
  • Drink lots of water. Water after a massage helps the body flush out any accumulated materials in the muscles which were released during the massage. Without step 3 and 4, you might instead build up waste materials, causing muscle aches and soreness after your massage

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  • 1 x Home Health Care Homoiothermy Heating Infrared Foot Bath Massager Spa