Yes, the Acupeds foot pads do work. They are basically used as natural detoxifiers. According to the various reviews the Acupeds foot pads do work.
Detox foot pads don't work. The color is from chemicals ingredients breaking down.
NO!The foot detox pads are genuine, and they work well at removing toxins, poisons, and heavy metals from the body.
i am in the Windsor area, where can i get these Mudoku detox foot pads.
Don't buy them. They have been proven not to work by several studies.
Metatarsal foot pads are 3/4 in pads one wears in their shoe for more comfort to the arch of their foot. They can be found at places such as a foot store or a leather supply store.
Mudoko foot detox pads can be purchased from .ioffer.com
You can get them from Amazon for ten dollars.
It depends on the brand.
Well, I have never used the Konaki foot pads. I think that they do work, but it's not necessary to have them. When I first saw the commercial, I thought my feet started to hurt. But they never hurt before, so I think it was just me being hypoallergenic!
Foot pads are adhesive patches generally used to effectively get rid of toxin from the body. Pads usually contain distilled bamboo vinegar which allegedly pull all the toxins out of one's body.
Hamsters have little pads on their feet.