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Foot Spa recomendation

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9y, 1w agoPosted 9 years, 1 week ago
My Mrs and daughter have hinted on a foot spa but I've no idea where to start.

Seems to be a girly thing so I thought I would ask on here :)
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9y, 1w agoPosted 9 years, 1 week ago
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stora
My Mrs and daughter have hinted on a foot spa but I've no idea where to start.

Seems to be a girly thing so I thought I would ask on here :)

Hi Stora,

Most of the Spa centres will do foot/feet spa treatment (pedicure/massage/reflex etc). You can look for these in the bigger hotels/country clubs etc. It doesnt need to be expensive though. Just look up your local hotels and it should say if they have a spa - most also have a website with treatment 'menus'.

You can also get feet stuff done at most 'nail' centres that seem to be popping up all over the place. Again not knowing your area I cannot point you in the right direction - but a quick search on net should sort you.

Missus loves the spa stuff - got her present of day at Stobo Castle last year. If it is a pressie for Xmas you will not generally go wrong with this. Why not just buy a gift voucher for a set amount - then she could chose whatever treatments she fancies.

Hope this helps

p.s I thought you meant foot spa treatments - for Footspas follow post below - know nothing about them sorry!
banned#2
Get one with bubbles, don't go for just the vibrating ones I made that mistake. (altough she pretended to like it) I tried it and it was rubbish.
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[helper]#4
I'd get them something else for Xmas and pick a footspa up 2nd hand. A couple of people I know who had them used them about once then gave them away.....

They are bigger than they look onscreen and take up a fair bit of cupboard space.
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gari189
I'd get them something else for Xmas and pick a footspa up 2nd hand. A couple of people I know who had them used them about once then gave them away.....

They are bigger than they look onscreen and take up a fair bit of cupboard space.

I agree! I have one and have used iit maybe 4 times, mine is quite noisy too so OH has a right bag on when he's trying to watch the telly!!!:giggle:
#6
I've got one that is still in the box, that you are welcome to, PM me if you want it :thumbsup:

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