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A few months ago i brought a Scholl Revitalise Foot Spa, as i sometimes suffer from sore feet and i love being pampered. I have had some Scholl products in the past so i knew they were a good healthcare brand to buy from.
Anyway, when i got it home i had the chance to give it a proper look over and give it a try.
The packaging was very strong and durable, and was also very attractive and eye-catching (i wouldn't of noticed it otherwise). On the front of the box it shows you the product and gives you a taster of what you are getting. On the back of the box it tells you (in detail) exactly what you are getting, and also shows a picture of the product.
I was very shocked (but pleased) when i opened the box as i wasn't expecting the foot spa to be as big as it was, this isn't a disadvantage though as there is more room for your feet to move around and the size means it is big enough for practically any foot size.
Inside the box was the foot spa, a manicure/pedicure set, some massage attachments, a really good length of electric cable and an instruction manual (safety instructions, how to use, information on switch settings, etc), the product also has a 2 year warranty.
The actual foot spa is made of a really strong and durable plastic and has 4 rubber feet, which will not scratch flooring and will stay in one place.
The foot spa's features:
3 Spa settings- a combination of "keep warm" heat, gentle massage and Infra-Blue heat (this setting can be used without water). - Vibratory massage with bubles, "keep warm" heat and Infra-Blue heat. - Bubbles and "keep warm" heat. (The "keep warm" feature avoids a rapid cooling down of the water, it isn't suitable for heating cold water)
Infra-Blue heat pad - to focus warm soothing relief along the sole of the foot and the toes.
2 Interchangeable massage attachments - Accunodes (to focus pin point relief to the arches and soles of the feet) - Accupressure Rollers ( to provide a soothing effect for the whole foot)
Non- motorised Pedicentre with 3 attachments for a more targeted massage - Accupressure Attachment (to stimulate the soles of the feet) - Rolling Attachment (by moving your foot over this attachment you can enjoy a soothing massage for the whole foot) - Accunode Attachment ( to pin point the massage to specific areas of the foot.
The setting up of the foot spa is very simple, basically you plug the foot spa in (if using water settings) fill it with water to the water level indicator at your desired temperature, turn to desired setting and enjoy.
All of the settings are as relaxing as each other, they are all gentle and soothing. The base is well designed as it fits the shape of your foot and has a central S-shaped bubbles release strip.
The changing of base plates and massage attachments is very quick and simple. Also the cleaning of the product is quick and simple, a wipe with a dry cloth does the job.
The foot spa doesn't look like it is made for a particular gender and i would recommed that men use this as well as women.
The value for money is excellent, i was really pleased to find a great product at such an affordable price.
Disadvantages of the Scholl revitalise foot spa: It is quite noisey, so it isn't the most ideal product to use whilst watching your favourite programme.
Apart from the noise, the product is very pleasing and i would strongly recommend it. The foot spa revitalises sore and tired feet and leaves them feeling really pampered.
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