Disclosure: I received this Shiatsu foot massager from Ucomfy as part of an advertorial. All opinions are mine.
It has been a busy week. Spring is here and there is much to do. Gardening, yardwork, soccer games, and then the ever present need to go grocery shopping and do a million chores while wearing or holding a 20 lb baby, I feel like I'm on my feet a lot. Which, is good for the exercise stand point, but not good for my poor feet. At the end of most days, I just want to soak my tired feet and prop them up. But there's something far better for my feet….a shiatsu foot massager.
When this UComfy shiatsu foot massager came in the mail, we were all fascinated by what looked like a space travel machine of some sort. I had no idea that this contraption would be so awesome to my feet! And Hubby is a huge fan, too. The foot massager has lots of functions to make your feet and legs feel amazing:
- Shiatsu therapy
- air massage
- the choice of heat or no heat
- regulates blood flow and blood pressure
- massages top and bottom of foot
- has five different levels of intensity
- washable cover
I prefer the lowest level of intensity, but Hubby prefers a stronger foot massage. It really is up to the user and it is fully customizable to make a great foot massage. The "vibration" is what controls the level of intensity, as you can see in this picture:
This would make a great, unique gift for Mother's Day or Father's Day, or any day for someone who suffers from foot pain or tired feet. Find the UComfy Shiatsu foot massager on Amazon, regularly priced at $249, now on sale for less than $200.
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