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Produktbeschreibungen

Kraftvoll
Massieren Sie Ihre Akupunkturpunkte auf die Fußsohlen, um die Durchblutung zu fördern. Lassen Sie Ihre Füße und Waden Schmerzen und Müdigkeit beseitigen; Lassen Sie Ihre Füße ein Thermalbad nehmen; Darüber hinaus können Sie auch Bakterien entfernen und desodorieren.


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Es wird empfohlen, vor dem Fußbad eine Tasse kochendes Wasser zu trinken, was sich positiv auf die Durchblutung des Körpers und die Entgiftung durch Schwitzen auswirkt.
Die geeignete Wassertemperatur von Das Fußbad liegt zwischen 40 ° C und 50 ° C. Es ist besser, sich warm und leicht heiß zu fühlen. Es variiert von Person zu Person. Verfolge die Hitze nicht so weit wie möglich. Erzwingen Sie den Schweiß nicht zu stark und verlängern Sie die Zeit blind.
Kann jeden Tag angewendet werden (außer bei Frauen während der Menstruation, Schwangerschaft).
Gießen Sie kein heißes Wasser über 60 Grad direkt ein, um Verbrennungen an den Füßen zu vermeiden oder Verformung des Produkts durch hohe Luftfeuchtigkeit.
Verwenden Sie keine Personen, die gegen Sport allergisch sind, Patienten mit Herzerkrankungen und Kinder sowie Patienten mit schweren traumatischen Blutungen im Fuß und Personen, die sich gegenüber der Temperatur taub fühlen.
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Anwendungsbereich: bathroo
Stil: modern
Anwendbare Szene: Gesundheitsmassage
Verpackung: Fußwanne * 1

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