For Bunions, Plantar Fasciitis, Hallux Valgus, Hammertoe, Arch Problems, Achilles Tendon
Luckily, Oma does not suffer from any foot ailments. However, these toe stretchers are an easy and effective way to condition and strengthen this often overlooked part of the body. It is often forgotten that toes play an important part in increasing the weight-bearing area during walking.
These stretchers sit between your toes, close to the webbing and help to stretch out the toe muscles and ligaments while improving the alignment of the feet. I just start with my big toe and slide in my toes one at a time. My favorite time to use this product is while I am watch television at night to improve circulation and relaxation.
Tip: You can be hand-wash the toe stretchers in warm soapy water and air dried.
LifEssentials Pain Relief Toe Stretchers for Pain relief (One Pair)
If you're suffering from Bunion, Plantar Fasciitis, Hallux Valgus, Hammertoe, Arch problems, and Achilles tendon, our pain relief toe stretchers are your best choice to stretch and relax your feet.
Created to revolutionize how we care for our feet, you simply slip them on and they will do all the work! A vacation for your feet. It's an easy and effective way to condition and strengthen this often overlooked part of the body.
Our toe stretchers work between, above and beneath the toes to gently spread them apart and away from the balls of your feet - providing the same exercise you get when walking barefoot.
Being in shoes or high heels all day can really take a toll on your feet. But luckily, LifEssentials toe stretchers work to reverse these effects by making muscles more flexible and resilient.
We recommend starting slowly, only wearing them for 10-15 minutes a day. Once it begins to feel comfortable, gradually work up to wearing them at least 1 hour per day.
Made of high quality medical-grade, BPA-free gel. 100% satisfaction guaranteed for your confident purchase.
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