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nickdrakeslovechild Sun 02-Aug-15 22:07:07

Hi, I am looking for a home foot spa. I would love one with some sort of massage ability if possible. Any recommendations please?

Callycatsy Sun 02-Aug-15 22:46:51

I'm no help, these are the kind of things I think I would love and then use twice and consign to the garage then the tip. The massage facility is usually just a button thing on the top and no good to man nor beast.

You'd get a better and cheaper massage with a rolling pin underfoot.

So not helpful but honest and just sharing my experience...I've had and binned three in the space of 20 years smile

Donge13 Sun 02-Aug-15 22:49:43

I got my daughter a schol one last Christmas,it has a massage thing different settings a pumice and other was £100. It was all she wanted and loves it!

nickdrakeslovechild Mon 03-Aug-15 20:47:37

mmm so one good review and one bad! I am worried that it will just end up in the loft. I cant afford to spend £100.

WingsClipped Mon 03-Aug-15 20:55:36

I have two in the loft grin

AmandaTanen Mon 03-Aug-15 21:02:09

I had one was a waste of time, now I just soak in the bath, give them a wee foot file and was given an Avon foot massage plastic thing that was cheap as chips, like a massage roller.

Donge13 Mon 03-Aug-15 21:11:42

My daughter does use hers twice a week but she is 22 with no children and no housework to do. I have never had time to have a try,busy with work and stuff

MamaLazarou Mon 03-Aug-15 21:27:29

Mine is also in the loft!

nickdrakeslovechild Tue 04-Aug-15 17:11:56

ok, I have admitted defeat, you are all right so yes I think it would end up in the loft along with the felting kit, guitar, yoga mat, rock climbing harness and badminton racket! grin

VagelinaJolie Tue 04-Aug-15 17:21:02

Agree, loft fodder. Get yourself a basin, some vinegar, blue mouthwash-cup of each plus cup hot water. Socks, flexitol, a foot file. Wine, chocolate trashy film.Rolling pin. Soak feet at least 20 mins, dry feet with rough towel, slather in flexitol, put on socks, eat choc, drink wine,watch film. Roll feet on rolling pin. When film finishes, replace mouth wash with warm soapy water and scrub. Dry then file. Your feet tingle for days.

Bluecheese22 Tue 04-Aug-15 18:19:40

I love love love mine! I add in dead sea salt and aromatherapy oils, stick a face mask on and find some crappy TV to watch with a glass of wine! Weekly treat for me :-)

Stangazer Wed 12-Aug-15 23:16:58

I highly recommend Beurer, a German brand. My son bought this amazing foot spa last Christmas. I comes with a lot of functionalities, water heater, vibration massage, bubbles, etc. I've been very happy with it so far. You should give it a try.

Bluecheese22 Thu 13-Aug-15 09:44:35

That's the same one I have Stangazer! Love it, highly recommend it too.

SuperFlyHigh Thu 13-Aug-15 09:47:39

Vagelina I am now planning your foot treat for Saturday night! grin

nickdrakeslovechild Thu 13-Aug-15 15:31:20

oooh that Beurer one does look good, just a bit out of my price range sad

Stangazer Thu 13-Aug-15 19:21:05

Yes, it's a bit more expensive but you get what you pay for... smile I heard that Scholl foot spas are also good. You can check this foot spa comparison table if you want.

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