You've been running around enjoying summer, but that can take a serious toll on your tootsies. And, if you already work on your feet, it's even worse.
Amazon is here to help. The Cloud Massage Shiatsu Foot Massager is a miracle worker that massages, kneads and heats stressed, seized-up muscles and joints. Powerful, versatile and gentle when it needs to be, it's like treating your south-of-the-torso self to a spa day...all from the comfort of your living room. Speaking of treats: Amazon is offering this genius machine for just $230 right now.
The Cloud Massage Shiatsu Foot Massager soothes tired feet, ankles and calves in just minutes. Even when it's the kind of soreness that "hurts so good," it still, well, hurts. That's to say nothing of the people who've kept on keeping on at their jobs despite the upheaval of the past couple of years — nurses, retail workers, first responders, to name a few. They're all too familiar with everyday waist-down aches and muscle fatigue.
No wonder it's garnered 8,000+ five-star reviews from Amazon shoppers. "I am over-the-top thrilled by this new foot massager," said one very happy customer. "This is a heated, vibrating, deep kneading shiatsu type of foot massager and has these air bags that squeeze in and out at various pressures which are awesome for circulation issues. I was in heaven."
"My feet were basically dying from running around at work all day," begins the tale of another besotted user. "I lift heavy boxes and am constantly standing on my feet. I wanted to go get a foot massage but was too shy to ask someone just to massage my poor ugly toes. Then along comes this machine. Masseuses, light some aromatherapy candles and rejoice; you will not have to see my feet ever again!"
The Cloud Massage Shiatsu Foot Massager does more than just relieve workday aches and pains; it's also a powerful tool for the treatment of chronic conditions like plantar fasciitis, diabetes, neuropathy and any malady that inhibits blood circulation.
So, a messenger of relief for the weary, a godsend for the afflicted. We'd say "Run, don't walk!" to grab this deal, but your feet are killing you!
The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.