Our 3 Favorite Heated Home Foot SPAs for 2017

Whenever I want to relax and unwind, I always go for a foot spa. It’s a very relaxing experience. Even soaking your tired feet in some warm water can make you feel refreshed, relaxed, rested and rejuvenated.

What's even better is that you can now get a home foot spa so you don't have to pay a lot of money to get the relaxation you crave.

Feet dipped into spa & aromatherapy bowl

Benefits of Using a Home Foot Spa

Things to Know Before Buying a Foot Bath

Our Recommendations

To save you from the tedious task of combing through so many options, here are our top choices for the best heated home foot spas for 2016:


Kendal Deep Foot and Leg Spa Bath Massager 

Our feet and calves tend to hurt after a long day of standing, walking, running, or doing some other physical activity, so a foot soaker that will also cover your calves will be a great treat for your pamper sessions at home.

This makes the Kendal FBD2535 an excellent pick as its deep tank allows room for your calves to soak in warm water that you can adjust from 20-48 degrees celsius, letting your tight muscles relax and loosen up in a jiffy.

What I also love about this product is that it has a number of massage functions that will help you get rid of your aching and sore muscles easily.

It has motorized rollers and point massage nodes to apply pressure on the bottom of your foot, a pedicure stone to help you slough off dead skin easily, a water spray port to massage your calves, and even a herb container to ensure a fragrant foot soak.

Easy to use, clean, and drain, this foot spa for the home is a worthy investment for your relaxation and overall wellness.


Brookstone Foot Baths

This one may seem pretty basic, as it looks a lot like other home spa machines, but it performs well and provides great relaxation to users for a very reasonable price.

Made by Brookstone, a known wellness appliance manufacturer, this unit has powerful rotating jets with two speeds that you can set according to your preference.

It also heats water up to and keeps it at 115F so you get to provide good relief to your sore foot muscles. It's also spacious enough even for those with hulking feet, so you don't have to worry about having ample space within the basin.

The only drawback for this product is that the use of salts, soaps, and creams are recommended against by the manufacturers so the clogging of the jets can be avoided. So, if you love using fragrant products to make your soak time a lot more relaxing, this might be a major deal breaker.


Carepeutic Ozone Waterfall Foot and Leg Spa Bath Massager

The Carepeutic foot massager will definitely catch your eye. It looks luxurious with its elegant design that will easily convince you that this item won't feel out of place in your carefully curated home.

On top of this is its great technology, coupling ozone benefits into hyperthermia healing therapy, washing all of your feet's pains and aches away.

This foot spa can heat water up to 118F and will massage your tootsies with its motorized massage rollers and water jets. As it is designed with a deep tank, water can reach your calves, giving you a more relaxing foot soak.

It is a bit pricey, though, so you'd have to consider it as an investment. I think it's worth every penny, however, because it is high quality and very effective in giving your lower extremities' muscles some great relief.

A Personal Foot Spa Machine for a More Relaxing Time at Home

Some might think that a heated foot spa is just a luxury that they can live without. In reality, however, it has so many great health benefits that make it really ideal to own.

Do you regularly experience soreness in your calf muscles or balls of your feet? Have you ever tried a foot spa before? Share your experiences in the comments section.

  • Updated November 27, 2017
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