A reflexology massage and fat-cell-weakening magnetic stimulation session while you walk – how’s that for incentive to slide in a pair of MindInsole acupressure magnetic insoles and hoof it instead of driving to the store, or take the stairs instead of the elevator?
The full extent of MindInsole claims – “slimming magnets emit magnetic waves which weaken fat cells in your body” – might have a bit of hogwash swirled into the magical healing cocktail they sell, but the shoe inserts at least appear to deliver the acupressure they promise. Each insole has 8 magnets and raised nodes embedded in its surface that correspond to foot reflexology points believed to help ease mild to moderate foot and back pain, as well as put some spring into the step of a fatigued body and mind.
MindInsoles aim to increase blood circulation to tense muscles and joints through their acupressure points, plus provide arch support with molded, raised areas. The flexible insoles are also poked through with 250 air holes for ventilation.
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