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It's all in the head.. even if u leave these out of their bag, by the morning they WILL still be covered In black.. it's rubbish. Same as the ION foot bath. Try that one.. put some water in there, switch it on and watch it turn different colours.
My mother gave me a box of these 10yrs ago I was wandering what that black stuff was, I did it for a week then stopped because the smell of the pads put me off, I’ve just ordered a box yesterday from eBay a box of 100 for £6.99 I’m going to try them for 50 days to see if there’s any truth in the detox, love your beautiful cat so gorgeous🐈
If you want to detox yourself stop using aluminum deodorants in fact sometimes it's best to not use deodorant at all.... just go Natural and walk outside in the grass barefoot and take Moringa and spirulina
Not all foot pads are scams. Just foot pads claiming to remove toxins. Detox pads, drinks, or anything else are not detoxifying your body (scammers) even Amazon doesn't allow these claims but doesn't do much to stop it. However there is sience behind reflexology. There is Dr. Soles pure essential oil foot pads that dont claim to detox but offer benefits of pure essential oil. These provide real results for inflammation, sleep aid, mild pain relief because of the absorption of the essential oil. Only one on market not scamming as I can tell. Also so many people see many benefits of use. Food for thought.
I tried the “potatoes in socks” thing that supposedly does the same thing... figured out it wasn’t toxins but it cleans off the dark dirt from your feet that stays on for what feels like forever no matter what and makes them soft so that’s a plus! I guess...
If you have a normal, healthy functioning liver, then you are detoxing your body just fine. There's no need to use these bullshit gimmicky products. They don't work. Save your money and take care of your liver.
These are absolute rubbish. No scientific evidence at all and implausible that your feet can shed toxins. The gooey stuff is sweat mixed with whatever is in the pad, probably vinegar. Leave your liver to do all the detoxing your body needs.
I’ve done these pads before and I think they work. I even put hot water on them to see if it’s a gimmick and nothing happened. After I took it off it put another one on right after and there was a significantly less than the first one
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No Medical Evidence
A broad range of health claims is made for detox foot pads. Many stated the detox pads can remove toxins such as heavy metals from your body and that they can reduce hypertension or even help you to lose weight. According to Dr. Lawrence E. Gibson, M.D., there are no scientific studies available to support these claims or any evidence that detox foot pads are at all effective.
Even real Chinese Doctors do not have scientific studies that the detox pads can remove any toxins.
The manufacturers of all detox foot pads emphasize the fact that when the pads are placed on the feet they are clean and white, and when they are removed they are black. They imply that this is proof that the pads have extracted toxins from the body, whereas, according to Quackwatch.com, the darkening is caused by a chemical that becomes darker when it reacts with moisture.
Although there are claims that a foot pad impregnated with bamboo vinegar is able to extract toxins from the liver, and lymphatic system, Dr. George Friedman-Jimenez, director of the Bellevue / New York University Occupational and Environmental Medicine Clinic in New York City, says, "The idea that they're drawing toxins through the skin out of the body in any significant amount, I think is just wrong.”
Just received two boxes after I purchased these on an impulse because sleep deprivation and poor circulation runs in my family. Reading these comments is very discouraging but I'm going to guess the 1.1k people that say it's a "scam", has never tried them, themselves Everywhere I looked the reviews on the exact product I bought are at 4.7+ stars so that must speak for something. For several years I created PowerPoints for doctors, which included information from thousands of controlled studies; the placebo group was consistently insignificant in regards to improvement or change. So, though I do believe the placebo effect is possible, I don't believe the results would be a 4.8/5.
I'm not sure its a scam, Avon used to do these back in 2007 I was obsessed with them and wore them every night for months, the bags claimed they had detox clay in them, after a few months I saw the black gunk decreasing. In many old traditions cleaning your feet at the door was a thing and those ionic foot baths! It looks pretty real when the water that was clearly turning brown. Yes maybe there is charcoal in the pad, charcoal is for detox, but any sweat coming out of your feet will have toxins in it! That's why sports shoes smell. The pads don't remove all the toxins in one go it takes months, but the foot bath can be quicker. An old herbal detox is to put an onion in your sock at night on the arch of your foot.
They are a scam There is a special chemicals in them that turns black when it is applied to the skin your sweat activates the chemical and makes it like it doesn’t detox you at all if anything it’s bad for you
What a Darling you are. Gotta try it. We certainly get enough toxins from our environment and food, and wicked habits. But what's to say that the body's endocrine system isn't taking a shortcut through the dermis where there seems to be an efficient rejection point. Are bodies are smarter than we are.
Test results showed that simply spritzing with water turned the pads black BEFORE they were even used. Also as a test, pads unused and used were tested for any metals and the unused pads had the SAME traces of metal as used ones..meaning that the pads do absolutely nothing!! The companies who make these would not show any test results that proved they worked. Furthermore, the BBB gave them a BAD rating. Fake and a consumer fraud.
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.
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