Best Foot Spas
One of the best ways to care for your feet, is by soaking them. Get some Epsom salt, get warm water (make it warm enough for you, don’t burn yourself), and if available, turn on the massager. After a long day of being on your feet, isn’t nice to sit back with your favorite book, soothing music, or your favorite tv show and just relax?
Let’s look at some the best Foot Spas to help get you to that zen state!
1. HoMedics Bubble Mate Foot Spa
HoMedics is one of the better brands as far as caring for your body goes. This foot soak comes with all of the bells and whistles. Firstly, you can control it with your toes. It has raised bumps on the bottom to massage your feet, creates bubbles to give your feet that jacuzzi effect and has a removable pumice stone to remove the dead skin! It comes in with the great price also!
2. Niksa Foot Spa Bath
Bath is an accurate word used here. This foot soak is deep! Not only will it cover your feet comfortably, but your ankles get a bit of attention here also. We like to use the term “bells and whistles” here a lot, so whenever I say those words you know it will be good. Not only is this bath deep, it has massage rollers on the bottom to give your feet that spa feel. It can heat and keep your water warm. I am one who puts scalding hot water in my previous foot soaks, because it cools off so quickly, but the Niksa helps with that problem. It has bubbles and it vibrates to wrap up the whole spa experience.
It costs a little more than the HoMedics, but its still a great price for all it does!
3. Picadux Foot Soaking Bath Basin
Some people enjoy the more simple things in life. I appreciate that. Sometimes we all need to step back and evaluate what we need and what we want. Sometimes what we want, is something more economical to our situation. So, here is a simple Foot Basin to rest your weary feet in after a long day. While it doesn’t have everything on it like the others, it gets the job done. Some may even say you could use any form of a bucket, but this one allows your feet to sit comfortably and is on the taller side, so it comes up a bit further.
4. Portable Spa Foot Bath
Here is a foot spa for the person who doesn’t want to leave it one place. It is a collapsible, portable foot spa. Included with foot rollers on the bottom, this portable foot spa can be stored away in tighter places then many other spas.
5. Foot Spa with Heat and Massage rollers
This Spa could be considered the foot spa of all foot spas. Not only will it help soothe your feet and massage them, but the massagers on the bottom are motorized. They roll by themselves. There is a little waterfall of water that cascades into the water to gives a sense of peace and comfort, and you can adjust the temperature to your liking. Not to mention the timer and and medicine box to place herbs or epsom salt into. Yes, this is a foot spa that I don’t see on the market too often.
I have read by some users that it can be slightly narrow when fitting your feet and legs down into it. Just be cautious of that, but other than that, it should give you the relaxation you need.