Do foot detox patches really work? This is a question a lot of people ask. I don’t blame them for being a skeptic as I used to be as well.
It is very good to be doubtful and ask many questions. We live in a world were it seems to be opened season on consumers.
So, is there evidence that detox foot patches work? we can confidently say yes!
- The visual proof after using detoxifying foot pads is credible. The improvement is obvious when used over several consecutive days.
- A highly accredited Environmental Laboratory, SRC Analytical Lab, analyzed multiple samples of foot pads. It discovered absorption into the pads of Arsenic, Mercury, Nickel and many others.
- A syncrometer was used to analyze multiple pads for a number of folks. The syncrometer identified the following substances in the used pads: aluminum, arsenic, asbestos, benzene, cadmium, copper, DAB dye, fast green dye, isopropyl alcohol, lead, methyl alcohol, mercury, nickel, sudan black dye, thallium, and a plastic byproduct.
- Scientists analyzed the hair of people before and after the use of the detoxifying foot pads. The difference in levels of toxins was obvious.
- Japan scientists have conducted detailed research of foot pads using Thermography. They discovered that the pads are able to quicken circulation and thus the detoxification of the body.
- A study discovered that the cleansing foot pads increase the presence of alpha brain waves. These waves play a role in the healing and relaxation processes.
There is one very important thing to keep in mind. You must be careful of cheap, fake detox foot patches.
They usually contain lower quality or in some cases harmful substances. This is the principal reason why so many people did not achieve satisfying results with detoxifying foot pads.
In subsequent articles, we will discuss more about the science of Foot Patches… Now, I’m singing off…