Elle Macpherson Foot Spa

I was so happy when I heard I would be reviewing this product. After school runs, work, housework and school clubs my feet aswell as the rest of my body can start to ache a little. I have never owned a foot spa before and sometimes my feet get neglected. Therefore it was about time they got some much needed pampering and all within the comfort of my own home. No travelling or paying for salons.

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The Elle Macpherson foot spa from Homedics helps aid relaxation after a busy day. It soothes and relaxes muscles at reflexology points and has the additional benefit of a pedicure.

Key features include
Key features include:
β€’ Three in one micro-circulation boost
– Hydro massage (twice the bubbles)
– Vibration massage (wet or dry)
– Magnetic stimulation (four magnets at reflexology points)
β€’ Double the Bubbles
– Twice as many bubbles delivered through 4 bubble strips
β€’ Two inter-changeable pedicure attachments
β€’ Four integrated massage rollers
β€’ Angled base for a more comfortable massage
β€’ Easy pour water disposal
β€’ Keep warm function
β€’ Acu-pressure nodes

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The foot spa is a really enjoyable experience. It feels like pure luxury emerging my tired feet in a bubbling spa. I could really feel my feet being gently massaged whilst resting in the bubbles.
The spa offers double the bubbles as the bubbles come through 4 bubble strips. When the bubbles are on, a keep warm function is activated to keep the water warmer for longer. When using and filling, the water needs to already be warm to your liking as the spa can only keep it warm and not heat it up.
The pumice stones (for pedicure) included are: Coarse for exfoliation and removing dead skin and Smooth for polishing skin.
The foot spa is a perfect way to relieve stress as well as soothe aching tired feet. It also aids relaxation and if used at night time can help towards a better sleep.
The foot spa is big enough to accommodate any size feet. I have a size 5 and my fit perfectly with lots of room for bigger sizes.
The foot spa is easy to use, easy to empty out and is small enough to store away in a cupboard for when not in use. It empties by simply tipping the water out.
I now use my foot spa regularly a few times a week as part of my beauty regime. Gone are tired aching feet.
The foot spa has an RRP of Β£49.99. It is available directly from Homedics. I have also seen it for sale in several other places via a google search.
Here is the spa in use. Please excuse my feet. I self tan hence the colour and my feet aren’t the prettiest. I was also wary of dropping my iPhone into it whilst in use, but you can see it bubbling and working here at least

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For obvious reasons it’s best to use the foot spa in a room which is not carpeted. I have a large kitchen/dining room so I just sit on a chair and use it in there. It is also recommended to place a towel under the spa whilst in use to minimise spillage. I would also say to use it when kiddies are in bed or they too will probably want a go.

Mother’s Day is almost here. One of these foot spas would make an amazing gift and would certainly show mothers out there just how much they are loved and appreciated for all the hard work they do.

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3 Comments

  1. March 18, 2014 / 15:16

    That looks fab!
    It’s funny….My daughter has asked for one of those for her birthday! She’s 11….lol Such a diva!

  2. Anonymous
    March 18, 2014 / 20:27

    What a treat for tired feet! Thanks for linking up with #Triedtested

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