- Massages and relieves sore feet
- Straightens and re-aligns problem toes
- Restores flexibility and circulation
- Ideal for sore feet, bunions, hammertoes and dress-shoe fatigue
After years of heels, my toes were all scrunched up and I developed bunions. Even worse, the scrunched up toes would become frozen, leading to painful cramps at night. After perusing the foot care catalogs, it seemed that the remedy was separating the toes. Devices purporting to do just that were rather pricey($20.-$32.) for a mere pieces of foam. I came upon these in Kmart and bought them.I have been using them for ten minutes a day for ten days and have already seen improvement.There are two foam separators marked left and right with five holes for the toes. A bit awkward to get on, you insert your toes individually from big toe to pinkie toe. I did initially feel a stretch which was a bit uncomfortable, but dissipated. The cool thing was that you see the impact of the realignment– your toes lift and separate and your bunions disappear while using the device. I see improvement. My toes are pretty much separate and the bunions are much smaller. I have suffered no more cramping. I hope that with time and continued use, the bunions will completely disappear. They are washable and come with minimal instructions for use. The brochure does include separate toe exercises that are done without the device. (It also warns the user not to wear with shoes, while driving a car and not to eat.)At this price, it is definitely worth a try.
Too big for my feet
The width of this goes way beyond the size of my feet, can’t get my toes into the holes. Absolutely useless for small feet. One size does not fit all!
Great if I only had one foot
When I received these there was only one in the box! Didn’t bother to send it back – not worth the trouble. There are better products out there.