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Bubbling foot spa

by Kiran on June 2, 2010 · 8 comments

in Asides, Reviews

Juggling life in overseas, all alone without family, can be daunting. It takes time to adjust into new circle of friends, surroundings and way of life. Self-sufficiency is key here and with summer upon us here in Florida, it’s blisteringly hot! Just running around the town to complete errands is a sigh these days. Self-pampering is also very costly. But I’ve found a home remedy for aching feet 🙂

Ignore my huge feet. It's daunting, I know 😉

I love my Bubbling Foot Spa. It’s so economical and relaxing. It claims to generate thousands of massaging bubbles to invigorate tired feet. Thousands or less, this baby is a keeper 🙂 With the built-in splash guard that keeps water inside the spa, there is no way I want to spend boring time in my bathroom. I did the spa in my living room while listening to soothing music. With soothing heat for aching feet and four removable massaging rollers, I could hear angels praising from heaven. Hmm…

Organics, the good stuff!

I recommend using sea salt soak for your foot spa. Especially if you have tired and sore feet like mine. I don’t know why my feet just balloons in the summer. Too much of walking in comfy sandals I guess. Personally, I love Organics, by Noah’s Naturals. It contains certified organic ingredients such as sea salt and my favorite, lavender. The scent is wonderfully relaxing and soothing. Always go for a mild scent for your spa. You won’t be able to relax if the scent is too bold. After a good 15 minutes at home foot spa , your feet would look and feel so soft and rejuvenated without paying big $$$ in the nail salon. In this declining economy, one can still enjoy home remedy perks right?

Get your feet nice and pretty for the summer 🙂


The author has no affiliation with the label, whether in the form of gratuity or ad revenue. Noah’s Naturals has no idea who Chatterbox is. I wrote this product review because I use and love them myself. And because I love ya. Over and out.


1 Aathira June 3, 2010 at 2:45 AM

Wish I could get this here… it would have been wonderful for my feet too !

2 Kiran June 14, 2010 at 12:18 AM

I’ve used home remedy as well. I’m sure you can get regular sea salt. Just use a small basin/tub, filled with warm water, add some sea salt and aromatherapy oils such as eucalyptus or lavender. Anything that you can find. Soak feet for 15 minutes. You would feel rejuvenated even without the massaging action.

3 Sanjeeta kk June 8, 2010 at 8:54 PM

A treasure to keep in today’s’ mechanized life.

4 Kiran June 14, 2010 at 12:20 AM

Hi Sanjeeta,
Thanks for your comment and welcome to Chatterbox. You are so right! Beauty services are so expensive here in Orlando. These things makes it easier to pamper once in a while without breaking the bank 🙂 Do visit us here again.

5 Ching Ya June 29, 2010 at 1:47 AM

ha! I have one similar in my house too, but not as advanced as yours I think. I haven’t use it for awhile now since it’s a gift to my husband years ago. I like the idea to have the bubbling massage while listening to soothing music, or maybe while I’m doing blog visits. 🙂 Yeah, sounds like a plan isn’t it?

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6 Kiran July 25, 2010 at 11:16 AM

Nothing is so advanced with mine as well Ching Ya 😀 But certainly a more economical way to indulge in some home spa instead of paying big bucks in the spa salons. I like your idea of doing blog visits while enjoy a good ol’ foot spa. It does sound like a plan to me 😉

7 Reema June 30, 2010 at 10:21 AM

nice thing!! that made me yearn for a pedicure.

8 Kiran July 25, 2010 at 11:17 AM

Oooopps.. Mani, pedi and facials are so cheap and good in India. I am yearning for one now 😀

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