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Product Description

Please pay attention: If you feel uncomfortable or slightly painful wearing these reflexology slippers for the first time, it can indicate that this discomfort relates to blockages in energy flow in a particular part of your body. By pressing the points and working them gently, it will kickstart your body's natural healing powers.

"p" If you are pain zero tolerance, please cautiously try them or don't choose them.

2. How Can BIKINIV reflexology massage slippers Help you?

1. BIKINIV reflexology sandals use pressure point techniques to release tension in the feet to improves circulation and energy flow and relieve heel pain caused by plantar fasciitis and a variety of illnesses such as back pain, cramps, numbness, hypertension, constipation, insomnia, depression, urinary trouble, atopy, and tinnitus. Ultimately helping to reduce the symptoms and pain that come with the condition.

3. This series of sandals are designed to get the right intensity massage effect to your feet that are not a very strong massaging, so it is good for everyday wear or all-day-long wear. But everyone’s different: massage pressure tolerance is incredibly varied. Some people have a very high tolerance for pain. For others, their tolerance is low.

Reflexology Sandals with Heel Hot Spot Reflexology Reflexology Sandal with Arch Hot Spot Reflexology Massage Slippers with Shower Function House slippers with Massage Function Reflexology Orthotic Slippers
Reflexology Sandals with Heel hot spot reflexology Reflexology Sandal with Aodake-Fumi Massage slippers with Shower Function House slippers with Massage Function Reflexology Orthotic Slippers
Function Full Massage with Heel hot spot reflexology Full Massage with Arch hot spot reflexology Full Massage with Shower Function Full massage with Arch Support Full Massage with Orthotic Footbed
Material Insole:PVC, Midsole:EVA, Outsole: EVA and rubber, Upper:Cotton and Hemp Insole:PVC, Midsole:EVA, Outsole: EVA and rubber, Upper:Cotton and Hemp One Piece Technology with High Quality EVA One Piece Technology with High Quality EVA Insole:EVA, Midsole:EVA, Outsole: EVA, Upper:Cotton Sofa Fabric
Massage Level a little bit Strong a little bit Strong Gently Gently the Right Amount of Intensity

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Check your size: If you are unsure about what size to choose, you can use this Size chart.

Wearing recommendations:

  • Due to different tolerance to massage force, it is normal if you feel a little bit of pain when wearing it for the first time, you will get used to and enjoy the massage after wearing it a couple of times. It is recommended you wear them at your own pace until you get used to them. If your feet are sensitive, it may also help to wear socks with them at first. Wearing slippers are similar to receiving reflexology treatment, which occurs continuously while walking, standing, or sitting.
  • If you are using it for the first time, the unevenness of the arch stepping part may feel painful, so it is recommended to use it for a short time at first.

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