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So I’m on my third day of using these and have felt no difference. I’ve never had an urge to use them but my friend wanted to try them out with me so I went with it. I noticed every morning that sticky black substance and some people believe it’s the toxins that were pulled from your body. I don’t believe that, what I think it is is just the charcoal in the pad warming up and reacting to the sweat that may be produced in that area and coming out of the pad. These pads literally do nothing except make you put weird sticky stuff on your feet while you sleep and awkwardly wash your feet in the morning, that’s it. Don’t buy them.
Why are you so surprised that your foot product video is the most watched one ever? There are so many foot guys out there and seeing a girl's feet is as exciting as seeing a girl naked for us. That should tell you why it has the highest views.
Had a very bad reaction to a spider bite, had a doctor recommended a toxin puller strip while I was recovering. Day two my golf ball sized bump on my foot shrank by 2/3! Just by using a toxin pulling pad! So in my opinion I say they work! It was used in a different way but it truly worked.
It’s easier to fool people then it is to convince them that they’ve been fooled. And my lord sweetie either you’re a SUCKER, or are getting paid to lie. It’s an old chemistry trick. You should google it, it’s actually quite simple.
I noticed the black stuff is inside the pads. And sweat from your feet gets trapped under that sticker and i suppose that possibly mixes with something to make the slime? Sorry, I'm always this skeptical of products of this type. I will take a look into the ingredients used. Hopefully I found something good :)
This is a prime example of the placebo effect. The charcoal in the pads turns black when it comes in contact with your sweat, and the package says to expect certain effects when that happens. While charcoal can exfoliate the skin locally, you actually have to ingest it in order to remove toxins from your whole body.
obviously something that reacts to wetness will be for your feet.... your feet is the dampest part of your body... hell I put my feet in cotton socks and 10 minutes later my socks are so wet it looks and feels like I walked in a pond! lol these are cons made by smart people who put a thing that reacts to water and linked it to be used on the wettest dampest water creating part of your body so you see a visual result, the visual result can create a placebo effect, or make it so you attribute any good feeling you probably would have felt anyway that day to the product you wore.
and to add to that, if any toxins are released by sweat and through the pores..... then you literally only need to make your feet sweat to release the toxins..... thus the way cotton socks make my feet sweat I can claim cotton socks release more toxins that these do due to the amount they make my feet sweat, and say the wetness and the sweat is all toxins released.
I'm not sure why so many people think that the pad turning black is the advertised "magic" that shows the pads are working. All the pads do is they encourage your foot bottoms to sweat more. I've had that happen before where I washed the bottoms of my feet very thoroughly because they felt sticky, even scraping dead skin off, before I went to bed. I felt great all over the next morning. Also, it's likely people don't understand what is meant by "toxins" to the body. Toxins are anything that is in excess of what the body can handle, including elements in smaller amounts that would be considered "vitamins", such as potassium and phosphorus.
That's definitely a result from the placebo effect. Because people believe it will work their brains are tricked into thinking there'll be some effect so their body feels better as a result. And those pads actually are meant to become a black or brown color when touched by water or sweat. And there's actually no such thing as bad toxens that need to be pulled out of the body. That's actually just a scam to get your money. But if you want to continue using the pads not because it gets rid of toxens but because you like the placebo effect it has on your body, then that's perfectly fine. Don't actually believe it can actually pull toxens from your body though. You might wanna try to do research on things like that just so you don't actually end up believing a scam and being out of a lot of money. But um, good luck with the channel. I haven't seen much of your stuff but what I have seen has been pretty cool and interesting.
Bought some a couple of years ago just for fun not really expecting much. I also had ten pads. After 4 nights of using them I felt so energized. All my lethargy was gone, and I didn't realize I had so much brain fog. After using them my thoughts were laser sharp and I could think very quickly and clearly. I haven't experienced this in so long I forgot what it was like. I would absolutely recommend trying them. I gave one set to my wife, and she woke me up in the middle of the night and said her body felt like it was on fire. I had her take the pads off, and asked her how she was about 15 minutes later because she was in so much pain I was waiting to see if she needed to go to the hospital. After the pads were off she felt better. We both came to the conclusion that she was probably so toxic her body freaked out. Anyone who says they don't work, has never actually tried them, or has such a clean system they don't need them. For me they did wonders.
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