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Footsie bath
#1
I have a Helen of troy footbath and I hate it. Wondering how the Footsie baths are? The water gets cold fast in mine and anyone with big feet cant fit in it. The Balava looks good too but pricey. Any recommondations? I dont want to use bowls or anything like that, it has to have good heat.
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#2
I have a footsie, but I havent gotten the chance to use it yet. Have you considered waterless pedicures?
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(10-08-2012, 08:31 PM)jluper7297 Wrote: I have a footsie, but I havent gotten the chance to use it yet. Have you considered waterless pedicures?


A waterless pedi doesnt remotely sound appealing to me. Most of the women love to soak first and relax.
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#4
I have three in my salon and love them. They have the option to plug them in so the water stays warm and I believe they say they fit up to a size 13 foot. Honestly, I've never had anyone whose feet didn't fit. Liners will run you about $1.00 per liner (or less if you find them on sale).
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#5
I love my footsie bath. I have 2 of them in the salon. The water stays warm plenty long enough if you turn on the heat dial. I don't leave my client's feet in the water long enough for it to get cold anyway. Also, I cater to a LOT of men and have not had any of them not fit their feet in the footsie bath.
Hope that helps.
Melodie Hand
Clayton/Raleigh, NC
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#6
Good to hear about the size. I like to be able to splash the water around to get the scrub off and I could barely fit my fingers in with the toes with the one I have now.
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#7
i have been after one, where can I purchase one?
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#8
I got mine on Amazon
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#9
I love my Footsie Bath! I'm a mobile tech, so it's perfect for travel. The water stays warm and it's easy to disinfect between clients. I got mine on eBay for under $100 and free shipping. The liners are expensive, but you can usually get em on sale via CosmoProf online. They price match, so if you see them somewhere cheaper, they'll match the price.

Chrissy
http://www.lovethosetoes.com
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#10
(11-13-2012, 05:07 PM)lovethosetoes Wrote: I love my Footsie Bath! I'm a mobile tech, so it's perfect for travel. The water stays warm and it's easy to disinfect between clients. I got mine on eBay for under $100 and free shipping. The liners are expensive, but you can usually get em on sale via CosmoProf online. They price match, so if you see them somewhere cheaper, they'll match the price.

Chrissy
http://www.lovethosetoes.com




Why does it show under your user name on this post as "banned"?
Anna
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